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Wandering the West – Part 4: Crater Lake

There is something odd about driving uphill to get to a lake. Even more so as you gain elevation over the surrounding land and there is less and less landscape above you. The whole concept of lakes being at the … Continue reading

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Through the Camera – A desert day

Moments from a stroll with the camera through a greening desert

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Through the camera – spring snow

The day before The day of The day after The second day after

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Tucson Travels – Hiking Rincon Peak

The first mountain I saw in Tucson was Rincon Peak. I was on a flight from Texas and as we descended into Tucson there was a big piece of rock seemingly a bare few feet below the airplane on the … Continue reading

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Through the camera – snow and palms

Today doesn’t feel like Tucson: low 40’s F, rainy, low clouds, and snow on the mountains. If it wasn’t for the palm trees it would seem like a welcome trip to Seattle without the hassle of travel.

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Snowbird

I generally do not set food out for the native inhabitants of Rurika, but when I noticed deer tracks straight through the orchard I decided to set some corn out a little further down their path in hopes that if … Continue reading

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Rurikia at rest

The snow came heavy and wet, a sticky white blanket which built rapidly to a level able to completely cover the garden and withstand our typical cycle of fall and melt . The perfect cover for the plants to enjoy … Continue reading

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