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The Rough Country

Whether we enjoy the notion or not, everyone who strives for well-being needs to stay in contact with the wild. Such contact is readily attained in sanctified places like our state and national parks, but we can’t always reach those wild enclaves when we need them. 599 more words

Kiawe? That thorny tree a super-food?

On Maui, we enjoy many blessings: the Hawaiian culture of aloha and chant, beautiful beaches, volcanoes, rain forests, temperate weather, splendid sunrises and sunsets, outrigger canoe paddling, . 1,062 more words


If At First

There are so many lush, wonderful gardens being posted online that are producing enviable harvests, not to mention their beauty alone. Sometimes it’s discouraging to realize what meager pittance is coming out of this desert dweller’s attempt to live a sustainable existence, trying to provide my own food in this extreme heat with so little rain. 1,065 more words