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Updated: 2015-07-16T20:56:49-07:00

 



Hold Still

2015-07-16T21:03:44-07:00

“. . . to whatever extent photographs can reveal the dark mysteries of a haunted landscape, I set out to make them.” - Sally Mann from Hold Still Last weekend I read photographer Sally Mann’s new memoir Hold Still, in...



MacGillivray’s Warbler

2015-06-08T09:11:08-07:00

I woke on Sunday morning to loud singing. Song resounded above the rush and pour of the Lochsa River, where I was camped. The first thing I did when I emerged from my sleeping bag and the back of the...



Fred's Arena Steakhouse

2013-01-01T21:33:41-08:00

There are many allures along dirt roads, but one does not expect dining pleasures to be among them. Fred’s Arena Steakhouse had been recommended to us—if we liked meat—and it was one of only two restaurants in the vicinity of...



Inn at Castle Rock

2012-12-29T08:21:15-08:00

We have been for the past two nights at the Inn at Castle Rock in Bisbee, Arizona. This morning I sat by the fireplace in the entryway as Chris, the owner, built a fire. It snowed last night, and cool...



San Pedro River birding

2012-12-27T18:21:40-08:00

We walked this afternoon along the San Pedro River in southern Arizona. The San Pedro is about a stride wide in this season and looks more like an irrigation ditch than a river. It has likely served more as an...



Snow Still

2012-12-16T11:34:43-08:00

At the edge of the Rocky Mountains, among the first rumples in the western land from low, round hills to high, steep hills that lie not in isolation, but in continuous ranges, we enter the woods. I want to walk...



Smoke and rain

2012-10-20T14:29:04-07:00

The rains have begun. Through this fall of fires and smoke, we have waited for the rains. Those rains came last weekend as I sat with friends around a campfire—a controlled fire unlike those that burned in the mountains to...



Part Wild in the Conner Museum

2012-10-18T22:02:24-07:00

Writer Ceiridwen Terrill, author of the books Part Wild: One Woman's Journey with a Creature Caught Between the Worlds of Wolves and Dogs and Unnatural Landscapes: Tracking Invasive Species, visited campus yesterday. At dinner, Ceiridwen spoke about voice and the...



In Muddy Creek

2012-10-08T19:05:56-07:00

“Quick sand!” yelled a woman behind me. My ankles had disappeared. We had traversed a willow thicket on a sand bench above Muddy Creek. I had walked at the very edge of the bench in the gap between the willows...



Pick up and go

2012-10-04T09:12:00-07:00

He was about 65, trim and energetic. A talker, but curious—the sort that asked a question and could wait at least two seconds for your answer before he would begin to fill the space with his own story. There was...