Tag Archives: Mother Earth

Wild Trout and Trillium Flowers

On Mother’s Day I crossed the creek and drove into the hills to see the one who’d brought me kicking and screaming into this world long ago. She lives alone now and requires daily care. It was my turn to … Continue reading

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A Myth of Trailing Arbutus

Trailing arbutus is a prostrate flower of the uplands famous for its tubular pink or white blossoms that exude a spicy fragrance. Leaves of arbutus are oval, leathery, and covered with rust-colored hairs. The five-lobed flowers can be found in … Continue reading

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