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Cause to Celebrate

Oregon: Home of the Clearcut

July 5, 2017. Tonight, after the ironic fireworks of a peculiarly anxious Independence Day, I want to celebrate two good things that have happened in my state. Continue reading

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BVC Announces Changespell Legacy by Doranna Durgin

Changespell Legacy by Doranna Durgin

Changespell Legacy The Changespell Saga Vol. III by Doranna Durgin Dun Lady’s Jess–all horse, all woman, all heart…and the only one left who can save her disintegrating world from magic gone awry.

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The Trouble With Humans and Cats

I’m a cat person. I’ve had a number of cats over the years, with my favorite being the one in the picture, Mahasamatman, the Lord of Light, commonly known as Sam. He’s been gone for about 15 years — about … Continue reading

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Riparian Woodland & Global Warming

This is a picture of the lush green riparian woodland in Newton Canyon in Southern California.  I have many such pictures, after a number of years of hiking in the backcountry. A United Nations panel just released information yesterday that … Continue reading

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Up On The Roof: Lawn or Garden

The May issue of National Geographic had an article on the rooftop gardening movement. This ecologically forward-thinking fad is taking root in various cities as planners and architects work to solve a number of problems: excess storm water runoff, greenhouse … Continue reading

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