When it got down to 20 Below last week, ice appeared along the ditch of the Grey Canal Trail in Vernon. This is not ice from the water the city has been […]
Sunrise? No, Lakerise!
At first, we spot bone, skeletons and ribs. We look. Fish, I’d say. Then we notice it is ice and turn away. That first look, though, the eye’s own look, is the […]
Splutt! Fortunately, it was a small asteroid, and from a Near Earth orbit. Looks like it hurt, though. Best to keep an eye on those things! And wear a hard hat.
Went up to the snowshoe trail up Aberdeen Lake way on Friday. Lots of snowshoe hare tracks this year. It’s good to see, too, that Bobcat is around, breaking trail. Thanks, Bud.
Larch, black spruce, Douglas fir, western red cedar, alder, red dogwood, and even ponderosa and lodgepole pine. A fine North Okanagan forest. And even some Labrador tea in this swamp. This is […]
It’s not over until it’s over. Peaches are not the only ripening. All ripenings do not lead to harvest.
Winter? A time of growth, I say. And leaf painting. My garlic is growing roots now undercover, but the welsh onions are having a grand time in the cold. That’s nectarine leaves […]
It’s time to take a break from watching the starlings … …no matter how cool they are… …. which is pretty beautiful, for sure.. … and take care of your friends. It’s […]
The air lowers its pressure with altitude, and fog appears. It lowers its pressure above draws of water, as well (the ones that are usually considered draws in the land), creating streams […]