A school Marketplace

Oct 16, 2021 | submitted by Ina Timmer

The Fragrance of Early Summer

Jun 01, 2021 | submitted by Ina Timmer
Going for a walk this time of year is particularly enjoyable.  Breathing in the myriad fragrances feeds my inner being. I can feel my whole body respond as we pass by wild roses, dianthus, California lilac, lavendar and dozens more. And, sage, thyme, basil, the smells are varied and intoxicating. And all around, a breeze brings the tangy salt water smells of the ocean.

Conversations With Dave

May 04, 2021 | submitted by David Howe
  “My Grandmother told me the Creator was here 10,000 years before you came to introduce him to us”. It all started at lunch, when Gwen, a young First Nations woman, told me the above. A Universal Spiritual Force or as Ina puts it, we are a part of everything, even connected to the tree outside.

Angels West Update

Dec 20, 2020 | submitted by David Howe
Another great team effort by Greenangels West

Modern Day Moises

Dec 06, 2020 | submitted by Dave Howe

What the Salish Sea Means to Me

Dec 06, 2020 | submitted by Dr. Bert Webber
Family fishing trips on the Strait of Georgia when I was a teen were a holiday

Amigos de La Finca

Aug 30, 2020 | submitted by David Howe
Ina & I have been involved with the Aramburo family K-12 children’s school, in San Jose del Cabo, since the ‘90’s. Covid, this Spring, knocked the 180 kids, their families, & the school for a loop and the Aramburo family is certainly pursuing options available to continue adding value for the children & their families during these difficult times.

Sea to Sister Sea - Chapter II

May 20, 2020 | submitted by Ina Timmer

From Sea to Sister Sea (Salish Sea to Sea of Cortez)

Apr 27, 2020 | submitted by Ina Timmer
Chapter I “A thousand miles of ocean on each side!” he exclaimed enthusiastically. That was the hook Dave used to get me to drive down the Baja with him, in September yet! It worked and off we went!

The World Is On Hold

Apr 25, 2020 | submitted by Ina Timmer
The world has been brought to its knees. And the view from here is humbling.