Covid Chronicles May 23, 2020

As of this writing almost 5 million people have Covid-19 and 328,000 people have died worldwide. Even so, countries are beginning to open up. I’ll leave it to others to decide whether or not it’s wise. As for me, I … Continue reading “Covid Chronicles May 23, 2020”

Celebrate 50 Years of Earth Day

Sequoia – Who can equal the steady strength of your massive trunk or spreading branches? Woodpeckers, nuthatches and flickers nest among your needles. Lorquin’s Admiral Butterfly flutters up and down your barky skin and among your reaching fingers. Flying squirrels … Continue reading “Celebrate 50 Years of Earth Day”

Covid Chronicles

Covid Chronicles March 22, 2020 I’m feeling a little like a modern day Josephus, a historian who lived during the time of Jesus and documented the destruction of Jerusalem by Rome. Incidentally, he mentioned a man by the name of … Continue reading “Covid Chronicles”