Water Wheel

Water Wheel

This week from “A View from the Covered Bridge:” I have been watching clouds flow across the continent on TV, tracing the curving river-like paths of our snow events.  This experience speaks the connection of the rivers of air and moisture flowing through...
A Midwinter Day at Achor

A Midwinter Day at Achor

We’re excited to share another one of Wendy Weiger’s adventures, told through her beautiful photography and writing. Enjoy! (You can find the original post HERE).  On the afternoon of February 5, I parked at South Inlet Wilderness Campground, strapped on...
Walking in a Blizzard: How To (In Seven Steps)

Walking in a Blizzard: How To (In Seven Steps)

Urban walking offers many opportunities for encounter with nature, which, as it happens, will be the recurring theme of these Friday posts. Some of these opportunities come around less often than others, blizzards being one of them. If, when offered the chance to walk...
A Chainsaw Eucharist

A Chainsaw Eucharist

Below, Rev. Steve Blackmer explores the idea of a “Chainsaw Eucharist.” Expect a weekly “Words from Church” post from Steve every Monday!  I’ve been in the woods a lot lately, clearing trails at Church of the Woods. Last week, I pulled my sled...