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getting so much closer...

Our new front yard…

Just 34 days (or less) to go…. (I’m starting to get all twitchy! :)

He’s not perfect. You aren’t either, and the two of you will never be perfect. 134 more words


The world's dirty rivers.

I recently read an article that described how dirty the world’s major rivers were. It seems that more than two million tons of plastics are transported to the oceans by them.  180 more words

Peaceful days...

“Happiness is not achieved by the conscious pursuit of happiness; it is generally the by-product of other activities.” Aldous Huxley

Fly fishing an Oregon coastal river for Cutthroat Trout…


The Ripple: White Noise

White Noise

Rivers flow through our lives both metaphorically and realistically – sources of drinking water, energy and transportation, but also as symbols of life “flowing like a river.” Rivers have been dammed, turned into lakes, or redirected into irrigation channels, among other human uses for them. 423 more words

Western Massachusetts

DRP News Bulletin 26 June 2017 (Why India should not push Pancheshwar Project in Nepal)

India should not push Pancheshwar Project in Nepal DIPAK GYAWALI asks a lot of pertinent questions here, including this one about PANCHESHWAR DAM: “Did it (India) not ram the Mahakali Treaty down Nepali throats in 1996 against all sane voices of caution and then has been unable to move an inch forward in all these two decades since then? 4,307 more words


"Rivers know this..."

“There is no hurry, we shall get there someday.” -A. A. Milne

A fitting quote for a tour that seemed to consistently change course and purpose due to barriers, obstacles and new paths.   571 more words

Trading Hiking for Kayaking for the Summer Months

June 25, 2017 Croton River

Summer is not hiking weather for us, however we have taken to the water. Two weeks ago we went to Croton point park, Today we went to Croton once again, but we tried the Croton River Tributary.   113 more words