A believing friend of mine shared this video about a river near where we lived in our youth. A dam […]
Tag Archive for ‘wildlife’
I swear I can’t step outside the door without spying some critter I’ve never seen and have no idea what […]
Some are expected, others not. This dappled moth came by to hang out this morning.
Memorial for a Tree
For many years, Samuel Taylor State Park in Marin County, California was a sanctuary for me. Beautiful saunters through fern […]
Just a Tad
We’re keeping an eye on the pond tadpoles. So far the herons, snapping turtles and raccoons haven’t discovered them.
Appalachian New Year
Missing the cold, the snow, the “real winter,” yet we never have to miss the Beauty of Nature.
Geography of the Wild
I gave this talk last Fall for an online gathering of the Jubilee! community in Asheville. Thought some might enjoy […]
Seeing the Unseen
In religious traditions, seeing the Unseen is left to mystics and prophets. In secular tradition, it’s natural to search for […]
They can drop by for a visit anytime. As long as they stay outside!
Or simply an analogy of my life-story? Journey to the Forest of Freethought (a secular parable for the trail to […]
Saw this tiny fly on leaves after a late spring rain. According to NC State Entomology, it’s a Dolichopodid Fly. […]
Birds, Beetles, Bears and Beliefs
“Birds, Beetles, Bears and Beliefs” (seeking trails to secular worship?) One summer we drove to the coast where I saw […]