5.24.17


Spiders invading the house... and the Paris Climate Agreement on my mind.

5.17.17


The weather last week was about as fickle as my ability to post. A short week ahead with State track meet coaching duties on the horizon, but Harts Pass will arrive as usual on Friday morning. GRRR!

5.10.17


By guest cartoonist, Malloch DeSalvo! And Thor VERY much likes the idea of thinking about something... and making it come true :) Thanks so much to Malloch, Dexter, and ALL of the kid cartoonists in the 4th grade at Methow Valley Elementary!

5.3.17


On the heels of another successful comics workshop at the local elementary school... we bring you SPRING TIME COMICS by Dexter Delaney! Guest commentary by Thor - but look out for the porcupine/wolf-with-cymbols wake-up patrol :)

4.26.17


A great writing quote, but applicable to SO many other things with regards to decision making, leadership, and perceptions of competency!

4.20.17


Loup Loup Pass to the Okanogan: currently closed due to a sliding/collapsing roadbed - in TWO different places! For those communing back and fourth from the Methow to the Okanogan, this adds about 40 minutes each way and perhaps an extra 40 miles total. The Loup Loup wolf pack? They're totally fine with it. Nature bats last... GRRR!

4.12.17


OK, one more springtime edition of Harts Pass :)

4.5.17


This is the comic from last week... when we were on Spring Break in California. And the photo below is of the snow in the air on Monday morning, April 10th :) To be fair, the yard was still covering in 4-6 inches of snow when we left, so for the springishly minded the situation is actually improving. As my first-ever book editor used to say, onward and upward!

3.29.17


So traditions have their groundhogs as prognosticators of Spring. But here in the Methow... when the marmots hit the sunny rocks (just FINALLY emerging from the snow this year) then you know that we're really getting close!

3.22.17


It's March Madness... and the mustelids are tearing it up out there. And hopefully they still will be by the time you read this on Friday morning... GRRR!