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The Daily Forest Report May 24, 2016: Grizz!

by nielskunze on May 24, 2016

I had just stopped to grab a chunk of fir sap to chew, had scraped the clinging bark from the amber resin, and finally worked it into a proper wad of gum… when suddenly several things happened at once. I (…)

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The Daily Forest Report: March 27, 2016 (Not So) Hidden Treasure

by nielskunze on March 27, 2016

Sometimes, when the topic of chemtrails comes up, I feel a bit guilty. I see how my urban friends look at me kinda sideways… and a little shifty-eyed when I tell them that we hardly get any chemtrails where I (…)

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The Daily Forest Report – March 16, 2016: From the Blood of Conifers

by nielskunze on March 16, 2016

Although I’ve pretty much wound up the project called The Daily Forest Report, today’s post can only be published under that heading. (I may still issue a Summary Report for the whole two-year project… shortly.) Last week I began a (…)

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The Daily (*ahem) Forest Report September 12, 2015 Back From Vacation

by nielskunze on September 12, 2015

It’s not that I was vacationing per se… I just took a little break from publishing every day– which has been pretty much my habit these past four years. I’m ba-ack! The Forest seems to be going through rapid cycles (…)

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The Daily Forest Report August 19, 2015 Settling In for the Big Show

by nielskunze on August 19, 2015

Some readers may have noticed that the Daily Forest Report has become something less than daily. These kinds of projects tend to run their course… and this one seems to be petering out. I’ve switched gears… in anticipation of more (…)

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The Daily Forest Report August 4, 2015 Belongings

by nielskunze on August 4, 2015

There are gradations of belonging. Usually, when we’re young, we first just want to belong to something. Then, as we mature, we tend to become more selective of the things to which we’d like to belong; we want them to (…)

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The Daily Forest Report July 29, 2015 Getting the Message

by nielskunze on July 29, 2015

I love my mountain home. I don’t have an answering machine out here, but the messages are still piling up. Well, at least it’s not brown! All I can say about this one is that it sounded very strange as (…)

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The Daily Forest Report July 25, 2015 Perspectives

by nielskunze on July 25, 2015

Perhaps worlds, realms, dimensions are just assemblages of perspectives… confluence and congruence. The Rockies are young and rugged, the newcomers here… sometimes harsh and blustery. More than just idyllic, the western Purcells are the glory and the inspiration of the (…)

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The Daily Forest Report July 18, 2015 Blood-Spattered Sitka & The Oldest Trick in the Book

by nielskunze on July 18, 2015

Sometimes it’s best if I just admit that this is my circus, and these are my monkeys. But first… …let’s start with this butterfly. The heatwave has abated and a few storms have grumbled through the valley… stirring everyone to (…)

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The Daily Forest Report July 13, 2015 Yesterday’s Praise Is Tomorrow’s Scorn

by nielskunze on July 13, 2015

Sometimes, soul programming can be rather difficult to overcome. For instance… …at first glance, insects tend to trigger that automatic response that usually begins with “Ew!” And this guy, from the side, seemed outfitted for battle and conquest– though, I (…)

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