Today, joy. Way up high, the sun. High up above us, in the shallows of the sea of glorious winter fog Okanagan Lake gives off for the entire length of its 135 kilometre fresh […]
The other world is here.
I love trees. No one has yet explained why they do what they do, or how, but just look at them doing it! There are intellectual tools for analyzing them down through […]
Spring in the Okanagan … and winter in Iceland and spring in the Okanagan and winter in Iceland Different colour palettes expressing different spirit, but it’s the same season. Here again, […]
Share. Live from the land. Be joyous. Share that, too. Chickadees Feeding in January Today’s three course menu: russian thistle seeds, red root pigweed seeds, & sagebrush seeds, too
Whoever said you couldn’t look at the sun didn’t live underwater. January Sun at Noon, Okanagan Landing Whoever it was said that the sun was yellow, doesn’t live on the earth in […]
It means: to be from a place. It doesn’t mean simply that you live there. It means that you and the place are one thing. For historical reasons, most Canadians and Americans […]
It’s time to take a deep breath, together. Everyone Breathe at Once! Bilbo’s Bog. Larch Hills Attempts to discredit the Idle No More movement seem to be ramping up. Here’s a particularly […]
How do you know there’s a lake behind the hill? Like this: View Over the Commonage Towards Kalamalka Lake, Vernon Just keep watching. That’s the trick. View Over the Commonage Towards Kalamalka […]
Molten Snow, Okanagan Landing After six hours of sun. Twenty minutes before sundown. Horizontal light.