Category Archives: Nature

Lifelet: Zion National Park

For those who only spend time in Seattle in the summer months, it is hard to imagine how dreary the winter and spring months can be with constant gray and drizzle. The wet cold goes all the way to the … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Puget Sounding

One of the many gifts of living on Bainbridge Island is seeing the world come to life each morning with multi-spectral views of Puget Sound. The array of colors is every changing. Enjoy our daily view gifts and don’t miss … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Exploring Bryce Canyon National Park

The weather in Seattle had been miserable all winter and spring. I finally threw my hands up in mid-June and told my wife “we’ve got to get out of here and find some sunshine, preferably really hot.” So we hopped … Continue reading

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Visuals Speak to Me – Quite Loudly as it Turns Out

I am a very visual person, although I have more of an ability to recall those things I’ve seen rather than being very good at creating visuals. This week my cup overfloweth with colleagues and students pointing me to some … Continue reading

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Looking Out my Window

On a grey winter day, it is the little things in life that make a difference in the dreary Northwest.  As I was heads down focusing on my virtual screen to the world, I looked up and there was an … Continue reading

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The Cricket

After an intense weekend of group process at a McCarthy bootcamp, I wanted to spend some time reflecting on the process and the insights.  As part of searching while “On the way to Somewhere Else” to aid those reflections, I … Continue reading

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Through Natures Lens

There’s an app for that. Today, I did my three mile walk with EveryTrail.  I’ve traveled this same trail either walking or running hundreds of times in the last ten years.  Yet, I’ve never taken it with a camera in hand.  So … Continue reading

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