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The phrase, “Terminal Time” has a dire sound, but as the photo below should make clear, this post is not about terminal illness. It’s about terminal, as in airports; not the end of life, but the end of patience. The … Continue reading
I found this during a year-end cleaning of my “Drafts” folder – an unfinished post inspired by a newspaper article in July which details the life’s work of unsung folk artist, Arthur Harold Beal, garbage collector for the town of … Continue reading
We were fortunate enough to be able to spend most of last week in Yosemite. Though all seasons are wonderful there, late fall is my favorite in the Sierras. It had recently snowed, and another storm was said to be … Continue reading
This post was sparked by todays WordPress Daily Prompt, “Blogger in a Strange Land,” which asked, “What is the strangest place from which you’ve posted to your blog?” My answer was easy: the dining room of the Skalholt Retreat House … Continue reading
From this perspective, it’s easy to see how Face Rock, got it’s name. Legend says that long ago, Chief Siskiyou from the mountains came to the sea to trade with the four tribes that lived in this region. Warriors stood … Continue reading
These photographs were taken in Wawona, just inside the south entrance to Yosemite National Park. April is warm this year. Mornings in the 30’s, daytime temperatures sometimes reaching the 70’s. A few days ago it snowed, though all traces are … Continue reading
My family first came to Yosemite when I was a kid, and I’ve returned most years since then. Mary and I started traveling to the park soon after we met and were able to get up here again this week. … Continue reading