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Posted Feb 23 2014 from Seattle   We said goodby to CD Littlefield and headed down canyon through the old gates to the ranch yesterday morning. We had 15 minutes to spare in Tucson near the airport and stopped at a drain-way/arroyo --that mercifully wasn’t concretized-- to...

Posted from Seattle Feb 2, 2014  We have to make a trip down to the ranch where Delia’s late dearly beloved parents spent their last 38 years.    Calling it a ranch may sound pretentious to some, as it is a conservation ranch with no livestock.  It’s in...

Posted July 20, 2013 from Seattle, WA  The Violet-green Swallow family living in a nestbox on our house has fledged three or more babies.  Here is the Mom at the box. Mom had no problem with me taking photographs.    I wanted to get a shot of...

Posted June 17, 2013 from Seattle, WA A tiny ad in the Seattle Times on Tuesday, June 18, 2013 will deliver a much-deserved thank you to folks at one of the NOAA buildings in Magnuson Park.  The Cliff Swallow colony destroyed by the Seattle Parks Dept....

Posted from Seattle, WA, June 6, 2013  I’m running an ad in the Seattle Times on Friday, June 7 in the A-section that criticizes the styling of a $2.5 million sports car, the Bugatti Vitesse.  Did someone just snicker and did I hear the word “envy?” ...

Posted from Seattle, WA June 5, 2013 The Bottle Beach painting that I force-marched into production for the Shorebird Festival is back on the easel (see last blog.)  The two big Sandpipers in the left center have left for Copper River, leaving more of an open...

Posted June 5, 2013 from Seattle, WA Butyl Creek is a 10 ft. recirculating creek in our backyard on residential Beacon Hill.  In Seattle all the creeks were sent underground to the Westport sewage station long ago, so birds, who all love and need to bathe,...

posted May 24, 2013 from Seattle, WA The ad shown here will appear in the A-section of the Seattle Times on Sunday, May 26, 2013.  Coal dust, climate-change, and train-crossing waits are important issues.  But should we even be discussing this?  Not if sending more coal...

posted from Seattle, WA on May 13, 2013 For those who didn't see it, here is a small ad I placed in the Seattle Times A section on Tuesday, May 7, 2013.   The copy said:  Sending more coal to China is human cruelty.    Are the...

Posted from Seattle, WA May 9, 2013, after return last night from New Mexico and Arizona.   Last Saturday Carroll Dwayne (CD) Littlefield, Delia and I headed East over the pass to visit the old homestead of Shorty Miller.  Shorty was a Depression-era rustler, no relation to...

Posted April 29, 2013 from Seattle, WA. The Grays Harbor Shorebird Festival left me with such a good feeling about Grays Harbor, the Festival, the people and the shorebirds that after vending all day at the Festival I decided to postpone the trip back to Seattle...

Posted from Seattle April 22, 2013.   The ad shown is running the A-section of the Seattle Times on Tuesday the 23rd.   The Seabird poster got printed at Olympus Press this morning.  As usual, the press folks at Olympus got it looking even better than the proof and...

Posted from Seattle on March 30, 2013 In recent years waiting for a Violet-green Swallow family to get settled at our house has been a bit tortuous.  Swallows dislike really bad weather even more than people do, and in miserable springs a male would show up...

Posted March 17, 2013 from Seattle, WA  If I had asked an expert in the 1970s if the Parakeet Auklet should be included on a Seabirds of the Northwest Poster, I’m sure they would have said, “No, you don’t run into those until you get pretty...

Posted March 2, 2013 from Seattle, WA Seabirds of the Northwest is finished and will be available in 12 x 16 and 18 x 24 soon at the store.  The 12 x 16 should be on the website soon. Seabirds represented a departure in that I painted...

Posted Feb.11, 2013 from Seattle WA. It’s the Year of the Snake and I’m jumping on the bandwagon! I have my own photo ref of only three or four species of snakes.  It comes from living in the Northwest, where snakes can be an afterthought. But we...

posted Feb 4, 2013 from Seattle, WA   The above schematic covers the key points I make in the diatribe below, which also gets into the more specific political issues in the I-90 tolling debate as well as the more general issues of taxation vs profit-on-publicly-owned-assets. Disclaimer: I...

Posted Jan 28, 2013 from Seattle, WA.  The Poulsbo painting, which can’t be titled “Last Tango in Poulsbo,” because the name on the boat “Tango” in the current version isn’t quite legible, will be at the store by Jan 29, 2013 in an 18 x 24...

posted Jan 28, 2013 from Seattle On Tuesday, Jan 20, 2013, the small ad shown below will be running in the A-section of the Seattle Times. The Jan/Feb 2013 Utne Reader has published an excerpt from Lester Brown’s new book Full Planet, Empty Plates. Brown recaps two recent,...

Posted Jan. 28, 2013 from Seattle, WA  The 300 ml lense on my still camera broke in September so I began trying to use my Panasonic Camcorder for wildlife and landscape shots.  But on the Peloncillo, New Mexico 2012 Christmas Bird Count I was tripping the...

Posted from Seattle Jan.17, 2013 I started a painting last year of boats in the Poulsbo Marina and I thought it might turn into a really good painting.  I made a movie about it but ended up just saying that I hadn’t maybe finished it but...