In the Land of “127 Hours” I was standing on the edge of a narrow canyon called Middle Keyhole in Zion National Park, a cold waterway behind me, a 25-foot drop ahead of me. My heart was pumping at full pace now. It had started beating faster the moment we arrived at Zion Adventure Company to … [Read More...]
I can find nothing comparable to the mesmerizing and unbelievable migration of Monarch butterflies, five generations in one year. January is the time to see them in the Bay Area as they end their long-winged flight, up to 3,000 miles, in California from northern reaches, as far away as Canada. … [Read More...]
Yeah for small victories! Allen Michaan, owner of the Grand Lake Theatre called me after receiving my letter urging him to pull Olympus Has Fallen from the movie line-up. He did pull it. He totally agrees that the movie is horrible crap (as he put it). He had not had a chance to view the movie yet … [Read More...]
I now respond to lifelines, rather than deadlines. Lifelines connect me to my passions. The web of color designed by nature. The soul satisfaction of playing djembe in a circle of drummers. The outrage that almost every nation in the world is a … [Read More...]
We always think of texture as something you must touch to understand. But seeing texture evokes a response as well.