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The Million Year Walk

~ Basin and Range by John McPhee ~

My wife is reading this book on my recommendation. First she tried it aloud with the kids but my eleven-year-old daughter was wilting with boredom, so now she reads it alone. 459 more words

Book Reviews

Another pinch of salt

Last week I showed you the largest salt flats in the world in Bolivia. This week we’re still in South America but have moved north to Peru, to… 248 more words


sensory workshop 5 - geology - terroir

Sensory workshop n.5 – geology and terroir

The workshop took place Saturday 18th March, 2017, at Dissenters Gallery, North West London and was focused on geology of Kensal Green Cemetery, with Diana Clements, and on “terroir” with Dany Teixeira and Vaughn Tan. 374 more words


Good times at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park has a special place in Steve’s heart.  This is where his parents used to boondock in their RV every winter for years, and he visited them several times during their stays.   873 more words

Where We Have Been

Mt Field

In early March, the Certificate III in Guiding students had their first field trip for the year.  From Hobart we drove out to Mount Field, where we stopped at important geological and historical points of interest along the way. 266 more words


Lots of Water - Upper McCord Creek Falls

The weather cleared for the first time in many days (for us, anyway), and it was on the cold side.  Frost when I left home, 37 degrees at the trail.   332 more words