Lavender is all I smell.
Katy visited back in July. While she was here, she showed me all the lavender growing out in my backyard where the dolphin is parked. I ended up picking a bunch a few weeks back and hung it upside down to dry. Continue reading
Last week I headed off to Doe Bay Fest on the forested edge of Orcas Island with my long-time friend Cassandra. Most of my photos are from the moments between the music, with the exception of a couple shots of Continue reading
I know I will miss these mornings. I know I will dream of their early light and warmth once we move a bit further around the sun, pulling her into a new stretch of our sky; a lower one. Once the leaves have started to drop themselves onto the cement sidewalks where I walk, imprinting themselves into the path below my feet. It won’t be too long before a small hue of cold colors the air, and from there Continue reading
I am sitting in the middle of clutter all about. Sage chews her new bone with loud intent. Strange music comes from the other room. Kids playing at the park chatter up the remaining silent spaces of this room.
I am in the process of Continue reading
The issue of polluted urban runoff and its impact on water quality is one I hold dear to my heart. When I’m not Journeyfooting, I’m working on building Seventy1 Environmental, a San Diego based company blending an honest mix of business and activism. Continue reading
This past weekend, Katy came to town and we hit the road for round 2 of the motorhome, this time with Sage along for the ride. Continue reading