It may not be fall, but this story captures the buzz of activity that animates each season here in northern California.
My poem “Nature’s Child,” which I wrote for my daughter Lyndsay after the birth of her daughter Dezla.
A dangerous moment, a devoted coyote.
Almost an inch of rain from a rare late May series of storms. Today at 7am, I stuck my head … More
Today is Cinco de Mayo. As usual, up with the morning sun, I step out on my south porch to … More
Epiphany. The moment when the brain leaps out of its self imposed boundaries. A rare moment. A good moment. A … More
My wife and I were on a trip to Australia and Tasmania in the 1980’s. It was centered around the … More
My home, outside of Winters, California, is like the place in Africa where man was born. We named it Savanna … More
Today I felt like kickin’ up my heels, and feeding my readers some dirt and dust. Unlike most of my … More
Happy Holidays! I wanted to share a special moment from the hilarious story, “Christmas Eve, 1981.” The story comes from the … More