A friend of mine working on the Malheur National Forest in eastern Oregon said they have a wild horse problem. I jokingly suggested one solution was for all the Forest Service employees to give up their pickup trucks and ride horses.
Here’s a piece about rangers and horses I wrote 20 years ago when I was working for the Siuslaw National Forest.
You’re a Forest Ranger, So Go Out and Range … Preferably On a Horse
Continue reading You’re a Forest Ranger, So Go Out and Range
A year-end letter I sent in 1994 where I talk about the odd things you can recycle at a forest fire and winning a major forestry award in, of all places, Cleveland. Continue reading 1994 Highlights: An Almost Normal Life for a Naturalist
Heceta Head Lighthouse’s Head Light Keeper’s House (try saying that ten times fast) is rumored to have two ghosts. Yesterday I wrote about Rue, its first ghost. Today I’m writing about John, its other ghost. Continue reading Heceta Head’s Other Ghost