We take this lonely season well enough. It’s where we live – spread far across the wilds of Northern California, between the big sage mountains and the endless carpet of conifer. We willfully obey all that the spirit moves in us.
We take this mist – run north. #northwestroadtrip
Lake Tahoe Truckee Tahoe’s autumn salmon run is coming to its inevitable, tragic conclusion. The thousands of Kokanee at Taylor Creek are turning gray and the air smells foul – yet it is still one of the most magical things in the world to see. Genoa, Nevada: the state’s first […]
Homeland – Mt. Diablo – Northern California We are only a few months from the wildflower season. A lupine still flowers in the East Bay hills.
The season is already locked up in the Sierra – the snow falls and indian summer is over. We dream of sweet August wind and remember the rugged beauty to be hidden under its white coat for the next six months – a whole different kind of beauty. Juniper Ridge’s […]