It seems so many of us are doing more down-to-earth things these days. Getting outdoors, walking, biking and kayaking are among the ways we enjoy and enrich ourselves. We tend to our land to learn and grow in our understanding of what holds value for us.
In these articles, infrequent as they may be, it is my hope to introduce my own perspective about living on and with our good earth, and going about our day-to-day business with a light tread. I hope to dig into the rich soil that produces “makers” as well as gardeners, farmers and those whose livelihoods depend most directly on the earth. In doing so, I humbly share what simple things come my way as I walk this good earth with your occasional company.
Thanks for visiting. I hope you’ll return.