Those that know me well often think I employ a crooked logic in my arguments (and also know I LOVE to argue). Well, I’m not so sure of my argumentative logic or skills, but I AM crooked in another way. [Read More]
Chileans feel ownership and pride towards Patagonia while recognizing that it’s a destination largely frequented by non-Chilean tourists. [Read More]
Here are a few more words and photos about Steve McLeod. He specifically posed himself into the hooped picture, and I think he meant for me to share it and the others if the time came. We didn’t speak about that time directly, but he seemed to be intimating it. For the past ten or more […]
I snapped this photo outside my shop. Many thanks to these Cannon Beach folks who showed public support for health and Mother Nature! They were marching in solidarity with Mexican farmers who on the same day celebrated Mexico’s ban of GMO corn. Thousands of people marched in more than 400 cities and more than 40 countries around the world.GMO crops […]
Currently, the photo “X Marks le Spot” is on display in the Intersections show at the Cannon Beach Gallery. The link to the show site is here: http://cannonbeacharts.org/intersections. The show includes some coastal dignitaries, including: Sally Lackaff, Janet Bland, Barbara Temple-Ayres, Susan Walsh, Liza Jones, Marilyn Joyce, Allyn Cantor, and myself.
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On Saturday, July 13th, at Ft. Clatsop, the Clatsop-Nehalem Confederated Tribes celebrated the 91st birthday of their Hereditary Chief Joe Scovell with a flintlock salute.
The Oregon Coast is stunning and I finally got to witness a beautiful sunset at Fort Stevens. People tell me all the time that I’m lucky to live in such a beautiful place, and they are right. The Pacific Northwest is gorgeous.
Last summer, I traveled with my son Tevan to Interlochen, Michigan, where he attended the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp, an amazing conglomeration of over 2000 kids from all over the world, studying music, theater, dance, creative writing, film and visual arts. [Read More]
Photo taken at Arcadia Beach and posted on our facebook page by the North Oregon Coast Anti-Chemtrail Alliance.