Daily Archives: March 30, 2013

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Sitting in a chair on a terraced slope overlooking Mingus Park – sun setting in the background, seagulls screech, children laugh, eyes glimmer their brightest before dark. A golden film gilds feathers, faces, blade…

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Tie-dyed spring stains

The sun shines, sweat drips into my eyes, the mower’s deafening roar rings in my ears, wet grass cakes around its undercarriage, impeding the speed of the blade and the length of my stride. Suddenly, its mechanical bowels let loose … Continue reading

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Train of heart

Please don’t think me daft for forgetting home and its distance back. I am in another place, spaced in time from you, of course, but not too far by train of heart. Here, we travel light and carry on, beat … Continue reading

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The sun, a bright strobe light burning off the morning frost and fog, slowly attains its apex as the hours progress towards equinox. Buds on once naked branches yawn open to reveal countless cotyledons,…

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Scapegoat Wilderness sunrise outside Lincoln, MT

Bad days in the woods do not exist, only foolish people have bad days because they failed to hang their food in a tree or dig a cat hole away from camp. The sunrises are so much prettier when you … Continue reading

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Near Joe’s Creek/Stub Toe Trail outside of Avery, Idaho

A photo from my Montana Conservation Corps days

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