Monthly Archives: June 2012

Uh one, and a two, and a…

Summer Twilight.  Photo Credit: Catherine Keefe When I sit on my back porch late on a summer night and listen to mothers call in their children, I remember when I was a kid.  My mom’s voice from the screen door … Continue reading

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Sit a while

Close your eyes. Breathe deeply. Feel the air moving in and out of your lungs.  Feel the surface you sit upon. Feel the air around you. Listen.  Hear rhythms: the rise and fall of waves, of voices, of car engines, … Continue reading

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What do you see?

Summer is a good time to take it slow and observe closely. Do you notice something in the fence shadows above?  Yes, a bird family. Nine baby quail with their mom and dad.  That vignette was this week’s hiking treat … Continue reading

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