swamp side stories (the blowing up of Hemlock Hills.) He had been driving the CAT non-stop for 11 hours with no lunch and his ears were ringing like school bells. He hadn’t eaten save for that big fatty bulletproof coffee in the morning that carried him right through to lunch, which he had forgotten in… Continue reading UMBILICARIA
post RONA post REASON hasten the CONTROL. BUT ITS UP TO US TO LISTEN to the signs, the limping car flattened chipmunks, the almost clipped Blue Jay the preponderance of Wrens in the garden this year. Privileged and challenged to be witness to this time – the portal of ‘unbroken holiness’ is what we are… Continue reading PURPLE PORCUPINE ARROWS
Constable Little Man came to on the sidewalk with a crowd of people staring down at him. He didn’t notice the Black squirrel low in the Blue Spruce pretending to munch on a Pine cone but actually relaying all of this data by tail language to his homies up and down Main St.
Its the ecological destruction i grew up with. That’s my trauma. generational trauma isn’t just with the indigenous who lost their farms by the always meandering power of the St Lawrence. When I heard Waneek -Horn Miller talking about how her family lost their farm and land when it was expropriated for the St Lawrence… Continue reading The Walk to School
Bam Bam the rooster is dead. Succumbed to something we don’t know.. A few days of not moving much and looking very low and this morning we find him lying on the ground, still breathing, but lying on his chest his head on the ground.a few hours later a big last breath and then he… Continue reading Bam Bam is dead, long live Bam Bam
Welcome 2018! We managed to overcome everything that happened to us in the past year and for better or worse, we pick ourselves up and by the lords we bake bread. In that respect, how different is it from any other day? I’ll tell you how. Today (well last night) was my first foray into… Continue reading The Rye Diaries
Bottom right the 2Solitudes Food Forest we started 5 years ago. Other images are of maintained landscapes. What has more value?