Lives are so layered – when I think back over my forty-five years of life on the planet, I feel like a whole different person lived my teenage years, my twenties, and even some of my thirties. And that is okay, that is just… Continue Reading “Post #3129: A knock and a walk”
I remember the first time I saw the impact of pine beetle in British Columbia. It must have been around 1999 or so and I was driving on the number three highway through the southern part of the province with my mom. In between… Continue Reading “Post #3127: Changing landscapes”
Trembling aspen taken near Link Lake in October, 2017. Each of these “trees” is part of a single root mass – comprising a single organism that could take up as many as 100 acres. Each shoot may only live for a short time (50-150… Continue Reading “Post #3079: Distinctive trees of fall.”
I’m too unfocused to post much at the moment, except a shot of this beautiful orchid – a single flower that rose up on our property outside Princeton while we were working there two weekends ago. Moving house happens in seven days.
One small change really can trigger a host of others. Just a few weeks ago I set a hiking goal for the first week of July (and convinced several people to come with). Since then I have re-entered the gym for regular workouts, taken… Continue Reading “Small changes and a canoe trip.”