“Fan Dancer”

Peacocks; you gotta hand it to them: They are the original masters of flaunting and attention grabbing. Known for their eye catching plumage adorned in iridescent emerald green and sapphire blue eyespot (sometimes ocellus), these ocellus laden plumes are used for “communication and courtship” which … Continue reading“Fan Dancer”

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Daibonsho (Zōjō-ji Bell); Japan

San’en-zan Zōjō-ji (三縁山増上寺) is a historic Buddhist temple in Minato, Tokyo  and can be strolled though on a walking route towards Tokyo Tower. “Zojoji was founded in 1393 as an orthodox and fundamental nembutsu seminary for Jodo shu in the Kanto (east Japan) region.” When … Continue readingDaibonsho (Zōjō-ji Bell); Japan

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Duck Down To Delta

We may have turned the seasonal corner in the Pacific Northwest, as we ‘spring forward’ in time and in weather. With this, our tendency to venture outside grows stronger with every day it gets warmer. If you are a fan of wildlife, especially birds, and … Continue readingDuck Down To Delta

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“Time in the North”

Chris and I go on a $24 adventure, it’s a rail trip! As we head from BLI to YVR by way of American train; find out on this episode how Chris finds an analog heaven full of paper. I meet a master timelord named Jason … Continue reading“Time in the North”

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