Tag Archives: Wildlife

Winds of Change

The wind shifted this morning. The smell of marsh and swamp scented the air as I glided over clouds and Read More →

Dance of Beauty

I stood transfixed listening to wild turkeys vocalizing across the creek. The distinct and loud gobble of a male followed Read More →

Grateful for the Small Things

Okay, so this juvenile bear isn’t exactly small, as the title suggests. Neither are the two others that are part Read More →

Gratitude for a Sense of Place

It took me a while to make the decision to leave the Blue Ridge Mountains but when I did my Read More →

Change Agents

On September 23rd I was in a small jet flying to Atlanta from Asheville. We flew over Lake Julian and Read More →

Moving from Apathy to Action

As I was enjoying a quiet breakfast I picked up my latest copy of Dive Training magazine and started reading Read More →

Seasonal Teachings

This past week I had two perfect days of paddling my SUP board. Lake Lure was surrounded by mountains sprinkled Read More →

The Basis of Our Self-Destruction

There was a mass-murder of beautiful tigers, lions, wolves, cougars, bears and a baboon this week in Ohio. I understood Read More →