These are the people … This is the time when the water rises. It is the time when seed descends. It is the time when rushes draw water from the cold… … […]
Really. It’s as yellow as yellow can be. Bulrush tea. Add ice, then rain. Add sun. Perfect! Let’s just forget the colour blue.
Look, maybe there aren’t that many wetlands left, because they are full of “airports sport fields houses roads road fill single wide trailers left over sidewalks trucked in from across town golf […]
Before I left for the last two weeks of travels through the deserts, mountains, and beaches of Washington, I began a discussion on global warming, which centred on water use in dryland […]
Today, we’re continuing to follow the water down from the high slopes. Here’s the obvious water in the Okanagan, and the seeming destination of any water flowing down off the hills. Okanagan […]