Geography and geology capture my imagination. Where others see bleak and boring sagebrush and rock, I see a slow history taking place now and in the past and I am amazed.
write about the spaces and places that are important to you. Draw a couple maps about them and share
Each being should have their own compass as a guide when life just seems not quite right.
Waterfalls are amazing, and dangerous. Be careful when visiting.
The National Park Service suggests 10 Essentials when visiting: And a planning guide including an Emergency Plan: Downloadable Planning Guide Downloadable Emergency Guide See the Know Before You Go Guide for more tips and all guides. And, very importantly: Leave No Trace…
In the shadows
on the branch
sound of children playing and neighbors chattering and birds and squirrels chirping
broken in p i e c e s
“If I am out by the pond, I’m learning, so the pond is my teacher.”
In my imaginary world
each and every person
has their own nature space
fortunate are those who live
where public spaces
to gather and play
cool in the pool
from the fountain
squirting in the pool
There is no greater gift in life than family and the memories we grow together, our life garden.
We can share our work and history to remember from where we came.
is the color
of my backyard
shades of cool
in every hue,
haven from the heat.
Manito Park is loved by the people of Spokane — and anyone who visits it. The park is well cared for by the community, including not feeding the ducks! What’s important to know about your park?
Like the dancers at a pow wow, our vision was the beat of the drum, and our dance the steps towards our goals.
A flash of sun
or was it one
shimmer of a wing
thirty mile long fishing, boating, swimming, wildlife paradise
Search, research, verification, conversation, reading and writing: these are powerful tools for our students.
As teachers of those who will lead today, tomorrow and in the future, we need to help students understand and apply the skills needed to navigate…