Monthly Archives: December 2012

A Brief Moment In Deep Time

While walking slowly through the Mojave desert I found what looked like part of an old desert tortoise’s shell, sun bleached and chalky, broken into pieces that fit together like a puzzle in large geometric shapes to form what might … Continue reading

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Terra Firma Or Why We Better Start Getting Dirty

When I was a kid I roamed where I liked playing with friends, riding bikes, and building forts in the dirt. Times were different then I guess. We didn’t have soccer practice or band or cell phones nor the near … Continue reading

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Richard Nixon and the 2000 Mile Tomato

Dear friends, meet Earl Butz: He’s the one on the right. You may have never heard of him but he has had a profound and lasting impact on your life. Nixon and Butz might be having a chat about Watergate … Continue reading

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And So It Begins

This will be the new area for my writing about all things earth. But mainly it will be a place about sustainability, farming, environmentalism, food, and the good life. May brilliant sunshine warm you and may you find something here … Continue reading

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