Thunder here among the pines and red hills is the song of summer. Listen long enough and you will hear its song in different keys throughout the day. Thunder at 7:00 in the morning sings a gentle song of relief, of decisions you need not make, heat you need not endure. On a weekday morning… Continue reading Thunder
On a trail once, I saw a tree whichshould not have been, a magnolia in the pine flats, by the influence ofsome creature planted out of place. I gave that tree a name, and when I can’t sleep the name crosses overhead like Radio On in the darkness static a nebula of memory flashing to… Continue reading Magnolia
I'm always inspired when I visit the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge. I've posted photos before, and I made a Minute Wild video just upriver last spring, but somehow I forgot to post these photos when I hiked the trail out to the old ghost town of Port Leon in February. Maybe it's because I… Continue reading Camera Roll: St. Marks NWR
https://youtu.be/sfZBBh6uPzk I took a trip down US-98 today after what feels like weeks at home. I am four months into remote work with no end in sight.
Not long after the guns of the Civil War fell cold in the 1860s, John Muir opened a notebook and inscribed his name on the frontispiece. “John Muir, Earth-Planet, Universe,” he wrote, situating himself as firmly as any of us may hope to do so. And then he started walking, a thousand miles or so,… Continue reading Muir’s Notebooks: Thinking and Working in the Age of Distraction
I haven't been doing a great job lately of promoting my Minute Wild videos, but hey, you can always visit the channel on Youtube. Now with 17 minutes of enriching content! 😉 Maybe you would like to spend a minute alongside the lapping waters of the Gulf of Mexico? I've got you. https://youtu.be/PffixNe850w Need a… Continue reading Minute Wild
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMqNeunBhIM Hey, the weather can't always be nice.