Street Smart Newsletter

Every week I write a newsletter about human and natural history in the Pacific Northwest. Ranging from glaciers to escalators to wooly dogs, the newsletter is my way to continue to share stores of my rambles and observations, as well as updates on my books, walks and talks. If you are interested in signing up for it, it is free though you can also get a paid subscription, which helps me continue to write them.

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Here are some of my favorites.

Erratic Behavior – Stories of those wonderful rocks carried by glaciers

Woolly Dogs – An exploration of the region’s native dogs and one of the few animals domesticated for their wool.

When Fill Fails – It’s a mess under the Light Rain tracks around the Kingdomes. Why?