In the past several years, the annual probability of sighting moose or their leavings has increased from something close to zeroto 100 percent.
I had an idea to revisit a giant tree I had previously seen down Cowee Creek.
Early April and, despite some earlier signs of spring, we seemed to be stuck in the middle of a long cold spell — freezing at night and daytime temperatures in the 30s or low 40s. All the trails were icy, and it seemed as if I would never get all the ice chipped off my driveway.
KANUTI HOT SPRINGS — After a few hours of skiing through deep snow, Forest Wagner and I smelled a tuna sandwich. We knew we were closing in on warm pools of water.
For a few decades now, retired surgeon Jon Reiswig has lived with a perplexing oddity: the water in front of his North Douglas home constantly bubbles.
‘Mountains beyond mountains’: How human waste (that’s right, poop!) can be transformed into safe and useful resourcesFri, 04/06/2018 - 06:01
Ecological sanitation (EcoSan) involves changing the way we think about waste.
It is said that “birds of a feather flock together,” and indeed they do.
Walking around Douglas Island isn’t fun in the traditional sense of the word.
Sure, you’ve been to the ice caves. But have you seen the Mendenhall Glacier like this?