Category Archives: Reflections

Carolyn Greenwood · June 6 at 8:24am · Nehalem, OR · I’m so proud of my mom Gwendolyn Endicott who was honored with the Ferdun Conservation Award on Saturday! This is the very beginning of her speech. The rest can … Continue reading

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TRILLIUM RETURNS!

    TRILLIUM RETURNS! The forest has turned a psychedelic green– the closest I can come in naming it is Chartreuse, but it glows so it almost looks gold.   For a moment I think there is something wrong with my … Continue reading

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GRATEFUL

GRATEFUL Full moon in Aries. Storm clouds moving fast across the sky. The creek roaring. At 8:00 in the morning, it is so dark and wet in the forest, we decide to try for a walk on the paths at … Continue reading

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SPIRIT OF THE WINDS

Spirit of the Wind that dances through the trees; Spirit of the Wind in every branch and leaf; Spirit of the Wind, who teaches me to see; Spirit of the wind, I sing this song to thee…” Song by Lisa … Continue reading

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Catching gold on our morning walk

Walking along the creek path this morning, I am suddenly surrounded in gold. I pause for a moment in a grotto of vine maple leaves aglow in early morning sun. A few still cling to branches: others are patterned by … Continue reading

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