Given the current climate in Patagonia and beyond I’ve been thinking long and hard about what makes a person a community member. I recently conducted a poll. Using my social media […]
Having a well-organized, well-financed and educated local advocacy group pays huge dividends.
Since I am an admitted Old Stuff Hoarder, I have started to beg anyone who comes into my house to take something away with them. I need help. Probably mental help.
There’s nothing you can’t lie about, and, if you do it with enough panache, you’ll be a magnet/hero to most clueless nincompoops.
In early January 2022, two appeals, one by PARA and one by Chris Werkhoven, of Sonoita, were heard by the Office of Administrative Hearings concerning a Significant Amendment to an […]
We had many adventures in Lochiel. We wrecked motorcycles, built rafts that sunk in old cow ponds, ate pomegranates the size of softballs and tied old spring mattresses to giant oak trees. We were wild and unsupervised and so damn lucky.
Two quotations from the January 19, 2022 South32 Pre-Feasibility Study aroused our correspondent’s curiosity.
I arrive fresh hearted to a new year, a new home, a new job and a new city to settle in. I’m going to say hello to my new life with courage and perspective.
There is a disconnect between South32’s professed desire to be transparent in its plans for impacts on the local community and the reality of its actions.
My rule is don’t seek out used merchandise online and you don’t get dead, simple enough. Recently I broke my own rule and decided to inquire about a dog…