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Mini Poetry: Icefall

Traversing edges,
gliding o’er sledges
undulating ridges,
crossing broken bridges:
One could sense-
the Zephyr’s nudge;
glacier’s gelid grudge-
Frigid frail feet, fail to budge,

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methods in ecology.

Hi! I’m actually out of contact completely – we moved to a field site in northern Sweden where the only communication is by satellite phone to check in with the main field station – but here I am, back form the void, with a scheduled post I made before I left. 137 more words

Life

A Tasting...of Yarn

A few weekends ago, I spent a lovely afternoon at the shop participating in a yarn tasting. Of course it was fun to hang out with my fellow knitters and crocheters instead of working, but I wanted to share it with all of you because if you ever have a chance to go to one at your favorite shop, you should jump at the chance! 457 more words

Knitting

[Art] Flight Rising Cuties

I just felt like drawing some of my dragons from Flight Rising! All dragon designs belong to FlightRising.com.

Art

Wanderlust Wednesday: Cathedral Mountain, Denali National Park, AK

Cathedral Mountain

Denali National Park, Alaska

June 2014

My Alaskan hiking adventure series wraps up with one of the best hikes of my life. (Click to read… 1,742 more words

Travel

Journey to the Edge: In the Field

 Besides enjoying the splendor of this incredible place…I am here to work as well. There are 11 other teachers here with me. A wonderful group, that have come from all over. 145 more words

Journey to the Edge: The Tundra

This area, which includes Churchill, is what’s known as a pristine tundra biome.

It is pristine. Unspoiled and magnificent.

A perfect place to study. A perfect place to learn. 10 more words