Target Fixation: Spring Bear

I round the corner on the dirt road and come to a sudden halt. The Tacoma tires stirs up dust and it floats in front of my view. I pay no heed to it; I am focused on the animal that now appears in front of me. I see the bear 120 yards away on... Continue Reading →

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I’m a hostage to Ash

This is the most personal blog I'll probably ever write about, so read and take heed. I’m a hostage to the Ash. I was out in the forest the other day, to the 'burn' as I call it. I was mushroom hunting for Morels. Two years ago, a forest fire raged through hectares and hectares... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflecting

I sit here and sip my afternoon coffee and reflect. Oh! The many miles this train diner car has traveled until it was put in its resting place. Now, it sits out of work and out of time. As a diner car, I'm sure it listened to conversation upon conservation about its passengers travels, dreams,... Continue Reading →

Painting Nature on Nature

A Feather makes for a beautiful canvas. When I'm out foraging, hiking, or hunting, I keep my eye out for feathers too. There are so many gifts of nature: food, medicine, backdrops for artwork... I just recently started to paint on feathers. It's an interesting material to work with as you can imagine. The barbs... Continue Reading →

Beauty Interrupted

Every trail leads somewhere, even if it peters out into nothing. That nothing is somewhere. That somewhere contains things; things that you might not expect to find. Imagine this: you are walking down a forest trail miles away from any town or city. It’s just you, flora and fauna and you come across a grassy... Continue Reading →

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