Bunchgrass Memories

Bunchgrass Memories

In the beginning of July, I was a lucky participant at Fishtrap’s Outpost workshop, a week-long writing workshop that takes place on the Zumwalt Prairie, owned by the Nature Conservancy as North America’s largest native grassland. This little gem of waving grass and wildflowers, bear tracks, and coyote song is nestled in the notch of … Continue reading

And Yet, Not Enough

And Yet, Not Enough

“It was about an hour after sunset. The Catlin Gabel campus was completely still all around. But yet, nothing was still at all. Not even the tiny bright green fern sprouting from rich soil. The wind went crazy and there were way too many bird calls around to keep track of, and yet not enough. … Continue reading

Travel Notes: Days 4-6

Travel Notes: Days 4-6

This is a continuation of a previous post detailing the first three days of my week-long bike trip through Western Washington. Day 4: 40.4 miles Dosewallips State Park Hood Canal, WA Today began on the side of a highway, hearing logging trucks roll by, engines roaring. We said our adieus to our neighbors- Jack in … Continue reading