Part 21, Cooper time – night divides the day 5 Aug I half dragged myself out of bed this morning at 0630. Had just gotten my pants and socks on and was […]
The Road not Taken Enough is the road I most often want to be on. Join me?
I started this Cooper Island series back in February 2018 with a post from 29 July 2000, Sensory Deprivation, that chronologically fits here. Part 20, another trip abroad 31 July 2000 I just […]
Part 19, the songs of summer 25 Aug July I am now paying for the nice weather I so cheerily wrote about the other day. It rained most of the night and […]
Part 18. Summer slides by in the Arctic 19 July I couldn’t keep my eyes open to read and passed out at 0100 but woke at 0300, and again at 5, and […]
Part 17, a new epic 17 July – Cooper Island While in Barrow, I went out with the snowy owl crew for nest checks on the tundra. The snowys are beautiful. The […]
A huge thank you to everyone who supported The Arctic Circle fundraising campaign – the residency fee is paid and I’m gearing up to go back to the Arctic in October. I […]
Part 15, a compilation and expansion. 7 July I woke to rain and so stayed in bed until it ended – at about 0200. It was mild and almost balmy out (well, […]
In the unknown eastside of Oregon lies a land of color, texture, and light.
Part 14, still floeing, still flowing. 6 July There are several things I wanted to write about but keep forgetting, so, I’ll see how this goes – the ice push: the ice […]