What do you think? Chance? Design? Or something to do with how marmots fit together in small spaces, in balanced proportions, the winter through, transferred into the “memory” left by two(?) bodies […]
Snow in the morning, snow all last week. Brr. But Marmot has climbed on top of Marmot Rock today, and called the sun. This is a good sign!
Johann Gottlieb Fichte, inventor of the personal identity that, stolen by the romantics and rewired like Frankenstein you are making use of to browse through these words, said this: That’s how it […]
Love your rock. Love your dad. Love your kid. Love your sweetie. Loving the sun together, that’s the yellow-bellied marmot way.
If it’s not the most expensive single family building lot, I can’t find a pricier one. Note the cute little survey post. It has a stunning view of Okanagan Lake. Lots of early season […]
Do rocks collect saskatoons because they are focal points of life in the story of the land? Or because they collect heat and rain? It’s a question that goes to […]
These are fast snakes. Usually they just zip by, a few inches up in the grass, and you hardly see them, but this one is trail smart, and has mastered the art […]
Happy Easter! You can trust an animal that goes underground in August and comes up again Mid-April: sun, sun, sun and more sun! Today’s is the 700th post on Okanagan Okanogan. You have […]
Right now, the marmots are sleeping. They are sleeping under this rock, right at the top of the escarpment. The Glaciers Took All the Other Flood Basalt Away The marmots sleep in […]
I have come to the point at which the land and my self are one. It is not a politically correct space, but there it is. This is what I look like […]