Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Real World

I am in Missoula, Montana, for the weekend, a city approaching 70,000 people. “Noise, and busy, and so much traffic. And noise.” “You say that every time you come here,” my friend commented as I sprawled on her floor in … Continue reading

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The Deep Ecology of Deer Mice

Soon after the cottage was built, some mouse families established themselves under the cottage. Later, when the cottage was enlarged, they were welcome to the big western room… The mice have access to other rooms only upon special invitation. They … Continue reading

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