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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.”
After what has been a pretty cold and wet winter, my corner of the west coast was treated to a weekend of beautiful sunrises, just in time for the May long weekend.
On my way home from the cabin outside of Princeton, I encountered these elk on the side of Mine Hill, also known as Elk Ridge. I have driven this highway dozens of times and never encountered a single elk – but today there was… Continue Reading “Post 3039: Elk Ridge, Sunday Morning”
Taken on the delta at the Reifel Bird Sanctuary, January 2016.
Left this morning for a quick trip to our property outside Princeton, but before I did I noted that the warm weather in Vancouver forced the peonies into full, brilliant bloom. My blueberries are going like gangbusters too!