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Posted from Seattle Feb 23, 2018 The remaster of the Rockfish poster is under way.  Here's what the poster looks like now: If you look closely, you might notice those fish which I spent many a month painting are swimming in a beige or gray sea.  I've...

  Posted from Seattle WA on Jan 15, 2018   I am running an ad in the Seattle Times on Tuesday, January 16, A-section, that makes a nonpartisan plea to America to take the wall off the table, essentially calling it an unacceptably unpatriotic idea that insults the...

Posted from Seattle, WA on December 11, 2017   I am running an ad in the Seattle Times A-section on Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017 that is critical of the per mile tax. Here is the wording: The Gas Tax is a carbon tax and it’s not broken Per Mile tax...

Posted from Seattle, WA on November 13, 2017 I am running another ad in the Seattle Times November 14, 2017 against the Trump Wall, shown above. Also, I visited the border country in the lower Rio Grande valley in 2015.  Here is the blog I did, “We...

Posted September 24, 2017 from Beacon Hill, Seattle, WA   Change the words to the old song:  The CREEK goes on forever and the party never ends! . A rare bird--a Blackpoll Warbler-- for Washington State showed up to take a bath and be part of the ongoing party...

Posted from Seattle, WA on Sept. 4 2017   I'm running an ad in the Seattle Times Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017 that attempts to draw attention to the fact that the border wall is predicated on a mischaracterization. It's not on the border, it's far on the...

Posted from Seattle, WA on August 14, 2017   I'm running an ad in the Seattle Times Tuesday, August 15, 2017 that attempts to draw attention to the massive land giveaway that is the border wall.  It also makes a note of the wall's collision with the...

posted from Seattle, WA on August 14, 2017   I'll blame it on the English language: the title of this blog could mean different things.  What it's meant to mean is that I don't finish paintings anymore, I keep working on them indefinitely. [caption id="attachment_10262" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Writing...

Posted  June 7, 2017 from Seattle Washington Luckily, the open season on shooting upland birds and water birds and all mammals and anything else you want to shoot, including stop signs, with a camera appears to have been extended through the spring 2017 in Washington state. In...

Posted from Seattle, WA on May 19, 2017   I will be running the ad shown above in the Seattle Times A-section on Tuesday, May 23, 2017.   If I were reading the ad the first thing I would like to know is where the citation for the opening...

Posted May 1 2017 from Seattle, WA and updated May 4, 2017 The theme of this blog is birds and water.  The Warblers have arrived in Seattle on their spring migration north.  Butyl Creek was busy on May 3 with Warblers of four species, Orange-crowned, Yellow-rumped,...

Posted March 8, 2017 from Seattle, WA We went to the wedding of the very wonderful son of long-time friends and his very  wonderful fiance in New Orleans.  You know you're old when at 11 pm after dancing all night you're shocked to see a Party...

Posted from Rodeo, New Mexico Jan 5, 2016 I guess it's the 6th Extinction, but the Christmas Counts were down this year.  We found a Gray Flycatcher on the Portal Count and we flushed five Montezuma Quail on the Peloncillo Count.  The next day we went...

Posted December 5, 2016 from Seattle, WA Our friend Brian Pendleton has been working on his Washington state yearbird list this year and yesterday we had the thrill of being there for Number 350.  Brian had been fearing that 350 might be a Mute Swan, non-native...

Posted from Seattle on Nov. 29, 2016 The text of the ad reads: In an often-repeated unconstitutional property-rights abuse, the Dakota Access pipeline owner was gifted with the kingly power of eminent domain to take land from unwilling Americans. This subsidy unlevels the playing field, & distorts...

Posted October 9, 2016 from Seattle, WA I’m running an ad for Initiaitive 732 on Sunday, today  in the A—section of the Seattle Times. For more information on I-732, here is the campaign’s website: Yes on I-732 YES ON I-732 Act NOW on climate change...

Posted October 6, 2016 from Seattle, WA I have been trying to discipline myself to stop painting  and concentrate instead on producing a book but that’s going so badly I fall off that wagon and paint now and then.  One thing I hate is not having...

Posted September 8, 2016 from Seattle, WA I’m running an ad for Initiaitive 732 on Sunday, Sept. 10 in the A—section of the Seattle Times.   For more information on I-732, here is the campaign’s website: Yes on I-732 YES ON I-732 Act NOW on climate...