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Blog Posts by Larry Eifert

Royal Basin Trail – Into the Light

We recently hiked this glorious trail, and I always love to relive good times by painting them. Miles of old-growth forest in a mature western hemlock forest, trails going off in various directions to alpine places of glorious solitude, the … Continue reading

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Spotted Towhee Branch Study

I watch these birds each morning and noon, scrambling around on the big feeder just a few feet from our table. ‘Saucy’ would be a good towhee-adjective, active and constantly tail-flicking, they probably have to eat all the time just … Continue reading

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Little Tarn – Bailey Range

  We hiked along this slope, in and out of little groups of snow-stunted hemlock, and after awhile this stunning view appeared. The Bailey Range beyond, little tarn full of quiet reflecting water, alpine edge-of-the-forest where the mountain hemlocks group … Continue reading

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The Little Tarn on Lillian Ridge

“Little Tarn on Lillian Ridge” acrylic on board, 6″ x 9″ framed: $145. Actually, the little tarn doesn’t look anything like this, but it was a starting point. It’s a favorite place of ours, maybe yours too for a few … Continue reading

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Squirrels Everywhere

  Certainly a fruitful spring here. Three fawns in the meadow, more Douglas squirrels than we can count, and the female junco whose nest is hidden in the hose coil is going on her third, yes third, brood. Yesterday I … Continue reading

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