and not a tourist in sight. It's a bit of a shoulder season between the winter sports and the summer activities. This will look very dfferent on a weekend in the summer. When I'm not dodging traffic, you can find me on Twitter
+Tom Nathe I always feel bad for the tourists on those totally overcast days. I know for some, they have spent a lot of money to get there and then have no idea what they are missing.
I once drove on a road near Seattle in a fog and was convinced that my vehicle was about to die as it slowed down to a crawl. I was on the road a couple of years later and realized that it was an incredibly steep pass. No wonder I had such problems.
Preparing for DNA Day? This year, we not only asked five big questions about DNA, we also delved through previous chat logs and our blogs to supply you with additional expert answers and great resources.
It is still winter in my part of the world, and work is keeping me in doors. However, I can be easily distracted. Seeing this one red flower with the fringed petals in a group of pink and yellow tulips with smooth edges, it was the perfect stranger to redirect my attention. When I am on topic, you can find me on Twitter
Right on Time Each year at this time I try to photograph my first sighting of the wild flower Prairie Crocus - Anemone patens . It is also know as a pasque flower as it arrives right around Easter. Once again this year, it is right on time.
Each year at this time I try to photograph my first sighting of the wild flower Prairie Crocus - Anemone patens . It is also know as a pasque flower as it arrives right around Easter. Once again this year, it is right on time. When I'm not looking for wild flowers, you can find me on Twitter
It has not been a great winter for skiing and snowshoeing - too little snow. But with cleats on our boots, it was an awesome start to hiking season walking up Fanff's Sulphur Mountain. When I'm not out there hiking, you can find me on Twitter
It's here this weekend and I'm glad! It doesn't mean that winter is over, but pretty darn close! Water collects here in the spring and disappears over the summer. It is a frozen sheet of ice right now. All four seasons, you can find me on Twitter