Mary Willson

On the Trails: One thing leads to another

I like to take a walk just to see what I can see, like the bear that went over the mountain, in the old song. You never know what might be found, until you look. Keep looking, and something of interest will turn up. Read more

On the Trails: Big things from small ones

We marvel at the flight of hummingbirds, the songs of humpback whales, or a mountain goat leaping from ledge to ledge. Good! But small things are worth some contemplation too, even extremely small things. Read more

A snowy day at Eagle Beach

A lovely day in late December found friends and I at Eagle Beach State Park with lots of options for exploration. Read more

On the Trails: Snow!

The first halfway decent snowfall in mid November drew me out to look for animal tracks and anything else of interest. I went with a friend to the forested banks of the lower reaches of Eagle and Herbert rivers. Read more

On the Trails: Mutual bonds

Mutually beneficial relationships (a type of symbiosis, which just means "living together") are common under the aegis of Mother Nature. Read more

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