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St. John In The Wilderness

After visiting the Atari-Wagha border daily ceremonial parade, we (Tanveer and me) resumed our journey to Dharamshala. When you move and go around  these places, you never feel that you are away from home. 578 more words

Travel

point b

quite a while ago the blacktop stopped
there was gravel and paths traced into the earth
rocks slid together to form a type of line… 27 more words

Poem

Coconino NF: 3 Wildfires Managed as 1

UPDATED 5/26/2016 1845 PDT HOURS

Incident Summary

Three (3) Wildfires ignited by lightning strikes continue to burn on the Coconino National Forest and are now being managed by one (1) Incident Command as a benefit to its environment and restarting their ecosystems to become once-again, healthy. 199 more words

Awareness

Overcoming Breaking Point

Location: Iceland

The “postcard” photos you see plastered all over the internet of Iceland are misleading. I have found three reasons for why blue skies and clear weather almost always ‘represent’ Iceland in photographs (even mine). 802 more words

Arctic

uncommon grace

Sometimes we grow restless and we chaff and squirm against what has grown common to us.  Sometimes we rebel against our boundaries and we ache for other borders.   319 more words

The Wild Owyhee

Far in the southeastern corner of the state, beyond the dry mountain shadows of the Cascade Range, past high-desert plateaus and cow-spotted ranchland, on the desolate fringe of the great basin, lies the Owyhee. 645 more words

HIGH DESERT

Plants

Inspired by the Los Angeles Review of Book’s recent “Speaking Substances” series, I thought I would try the form as a collection of blog entries. The LARB pieces ask, “What if the best source of news about the planetary effects of environmental damage was the planet itself?” It explores four elemental media: Rocks, Bodies, Ice, and Oil. 884 more words

San Gabriels