Orderly Continuity “I stand by the river and I know that it has been here yesterday and will be here tomorrow and that therefore, since I am part of its pattern today, I also belong to all its yesterdays and will be a part of all its tomorrows. This is a kind of earthly immortality, … Continue reading Orderly Continuity
“And yet no other animal has attracted a larger share of attention, or acquired by his intelligence a more respectable position in public estimation. The reason is obvious. In a pre-eminent degree he requires artificial erections to promote his happiness, and to secure his safety; consequently, we are enabled to place our hands upon his … Continue reading The Beaver
“To me, a wilderness is where the flow of wildness is essentially uninterrupted by technology; without wilderness the world is a cage.” -David Brower P.S. Thank you to all who helped out with reaching my research funding goal! This blog was not intended to solicit donations but yesterday called for desperate measures! Enjoy! Continue reading The Flow of Wildness
“I am on the bank of the Clearwater River, the trout are rising on the glassy river snatching small insects drifting in the lethargic current, common golden eyes are leading their ducklings around the lily pads on the opposite bank and the yellow warbler sings out of a riverside willow, serenading the distant hills and mountains. In the … Continue reading Quiet, Yes Quiet!
“Thank God, I’m a Country Boy” – John Denver © Tom Gable © Tom Gable Continue reading J. Denver