Never in the four years of the Trump administration did I imagine our sides engaging in a war. Rhetorical sparring, sure. But not physical combat.
Day 5 of the World Wide Pandemic, I turned off the TV, the radio, the internet, and instead listened to the music I love and looked at pictures I had taken of the places I love. It was my meditation. My ode to love and hope and pleasure and peace… Read More
One year ago. Middle of a month long journey. 290 miles on the Colorado River’s cold, red-silt water. 290 miles of a canyon spanning back 1.8 billion years. 30 days of wonder and delight. 30 nights of watching the moon grow full and then wane. Falling stars, shooting rapids, climbing… Read More
If I could bring back one thing from Chautauqua it would be my neighbors It is so nice to be someplace where people invite you onto their porch, take an interest in your day, the community, the world. Where people keep a close eye on the children, know them by… Read More