May 10, 2020

Trail markers on a downed tree.

I have a favorite conservation trust site that I like to hike. I must admit, however, that each time go, I always take the same trail. I check on a little stone circle I set up behind a stone wall years ago and usually walk the little loo...

April 5, 2020

Tiny flowers on my inside window sill picked on my first post self-isolation walk.

Yesterday I touched the ground again after nearly two weeks of self-isolation in a second-story apartment building. The large, suburban park where we walked was nearly empty. It was, and...

March 29, 2020

We may not think about it often, especially in our individualistic and often self-centered society, but we are all connected. We all share a collective breath. We all feel the same constraints of earth's gravity. We all wake under the same marvelous, changing sky. And...

June 9, 2019

Solid Ground

There is one mile path in Southern Rhode Island where I love to walk as often as possible. At one point in the loop trail, I always become keenly aware of the ground below my feet. It is flat. It is compact. So incredibly solid! For that last part of the wa...

April 15, 2018

Diversity. For some reason, it has become a charged word. Say it silently and we all go to different places in our minds based on our experiences, or perhaps more often, to what we have heard or seen in the media. Say the word out loud, and you may get a response that...

March 18, 2018

If you have spent much time in the woods, you may have heard the interesting sounds of trees hitting each other...living, moving, bumping, co-exhisting. In the woods where I most frequent, I can often recognize exactly which ones are "talking" by their particular, indi...

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