Walking with dogs, I'm reminded
it is the tenderhearted who know
how to turn this world
toward the sun.
|Better than a new tote!|
Hanging on to thanks and gratitude (and a little bit for my life!) at Oaks Springs. Life is good!
|Ramona Falls, a veil of watery lace stitched with light, shadows, and time.|
|A 700 year old Noble Fir at about 4300'|
|The delicacy and tenaciousness of life embodied by the Mariposa Lily.|
|Approaching Yocum Ridge Meadow, Mt. Hood, and lunch. My shoulders look stiff!|
|Man is but a small moment.|
I look at Mt. Hood probably 300 times a year. I also ski, swim, snowshoe, snowmobile, and live on it. Yet yesterday, to hear its glaciers moan under pressure and to witness a rock slide on the opposing canyon wall, the mountain seemed an entirely new discovery.
|Peaked out at 6200 feet.|
|Tom, our living field guide on all things flora and fauna.|
Location:Clam Gulch, Alaska