Category Archives: geology

Graced

Bellingham is a blessed community.  Notwithstanding our incredible geology and fortunate geography, we are blessed with a richness of human capacity.  The people of this area are simply amazing. We have renowned authors, artists, craftspeople, farmers, engineers, architects.  This community hosts … Continue reading

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Stewardship of Place

My mother grew up in the Great Depression on a homestead in eastern Alberta.  The values she learned there, she passed on to me: wasting things is wrong, hard work won’t hurt you, good eating is an essential part of living, … Continue reading

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