Read my opinion-editorial about conflict and the environment at The National.
Winter. Look through the cedar-framed windows of the cabin and watch it, the white-edged clouds creeping down the cliffs and ridges of the Cascade Mountains towards you. Up there—on Driveway […]
Springtime and I am following the snowline, up through the glacier-carved valleys of the North Cascades, watching rays of sun reach into fractures on the north faces of hills that […]
I lied recently when I told a close friend that during the hunting season last Autumn I didn’t have an opportunity to shoot a mule deer. In fact I did, […]
How to begin interpreting the geography of self? Time. It must be time first, and as I think this I am drawn into memory, to the wet black earth underneath […]