Maybe we’re all myth makers.
Mother Nature Network – it sounds like a warm and friendly, huggy and human kind of place – the sort of news web site that might hand you a warm, freshly-baked gluten-free cookie when you visit. It’s a web site that celebrates the “Joy of
The Leshy can be identified by a missing right ear, as well as the absence of eyelashes and eyebrows.
When the Jamestown Colony was founded, a squirrel could run all the way from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River without ever leaving a parking lot. Now, what do you see?
Are we to be in harmony with the nature of shopping malls? How about being in harmony with the nature of a pile of dirty dishes?
Do we really need to obsessively feed and water our small gardens, or can we find the equivalent of sequoiahs for our back yards?
I ran across this piece of wood the other day. Wouldn’t you know, it looks just like Jesus! Now what are the chances of that? Makes you think, don’t it?
I went over to a friend’s house yesterday evening, to pick up a few things for a project we’re working on. When I knocked the door, he called for me to come on in. He was sitting in his living room, watching his large screen
Ocean news from dolphins in American rivers to a new coral reef in the Seychelles.
Central New York is not Manhattan, some coddling wonderland filled with prepackaged amusements advertised by convenient and brilliant signage. It is a place of subtle beauty hidden behind marshes and drumlins. Attractions are separated not only by great and small lakes but also by miles