LITTLE BLUFF JOURNAL - APRIL 2020 (previous months)
Little Bluff cabin cam April 29 - a spectacular day - HAPPY THURSDAY!
Journal updated on the 25th
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*COVID-19 SALE! Since the Buffalo National River park is closed and you can't go see it, we wanted to put a CHEAP PRICE on our delightful BUFFALO RIVER BEAUTY picture book. Normal price is $34.95, but the sale price is just $19.95 (plus shipping and tax, if any). CLICK HERE for more info and to order.
04/01/20 Cool breezes early this morning as the approach of dawn begins a new month. April here in the High Ozarks is looking to be lush and wet and a textbook Arkansas spring, one of the best seasons anywhere. Of course, along with all the budding vegetation comes the telltale green-yellow pollen dust that can sometimes cover EVERYthing. It’s a tough call whether to leave our cabin closed up tight to keep all that pollen outside, or open all the doors and windows and let the fresh air in. I wonder if the pollen is worse this year, because I see a lot more folks out and about wearing masks, which are a great way to block some of the incoming material, and visa versa!
My lovely bride has already been on the tractor mowing the yard and moving a few things around, and she’s getting ready to set up a small garden in one of the flower box areas near the front of the cabin. She plans a variety of the usual veggies, and new to us - a few herbs as well. We both spent most of yesterday outside working, sitting around soaking up some rays, and I even got a haircut!
I mostly stayed away from the office all day, but today it’s time to get back to work on several projects. First thing on my agenda is to CLEAR THE DECK! My work area includes my wrap-around countertop (instead of a desk) with computers, stacks of naked harddrives, printers, misc. computer parts and wires and both working and non-working computer attachments, plus piles of other stuff. And then there’s BUBBA, the 4’x 8 ’ work table that Pam’s dad built years ago - Bubba has been the main staging area for the waves of stuff that has to come in, be spread out and get organized, then piled up and moved somewhere else - today all those piles that got moved somewhere else will need to be moved somewhere else OUT of our work area (on shelves in the warehouse), and Bubba cleared off entirely. We need all that room for more projects.
After the Bubba-clearing is done, Pam will start building a dozen frames for new canvas prints that we have to get ready for the big print exhibit at the Ft. Smith Regional Art Museum. There will be 30-34 canvas prints in the exhibit (up to five feet wide, and one will be five feet tall) - the rest we already have ready. Once they figure out when the facility can open again, the show will hang through the end of August - I’ll keep ya posted.
I have several new guidebooks to work on this year, but for now I’m putting those projects on hold while I kind get my bearings and begin to reload. So much time this year so far has been spent trying to catch up, racing to fill immediate needs first. But APRIL is here, my most favorite month of the year, and I want to be a part of it - let my soul absorb as much of the greatness as I can - not only stop and smell the flowers, but get down on my hands and knees and examine them, become part of them, and them a part of me.
04/02/20 I made a quick run into town before sunup this morning to get den days of groceries. LOTS of yard work to do today. (I'm not sure what happened yesterday, but I got ZERO of my to-do things done - must have been the sunshine. The National Park Service called yesterday to let us know what was about to happen (close the park), which was very nice of them - we made the right choice last month to cancel all of our workshops.) Wildflowers are EXPLODING along our loop trail now. It really feels like spring is in full swing - that's what APRIL does to a fella...
Today was a very pleasant day with lots of warm sunshine, wind, and an afternoon thunderstorm that sent us scrambling to get electronics disconnected and outdoor tools undercover. My day began when I got up at 3:20 to take my 4am pill, only to realize there were no pills - had been taking an antibiotic for an infected tooth and I was done. The smallest tooth in my head gave us some concern last week when my temp went up and up, which of course is one of the signs we all look for these days. Couldn’t go to the dentist of course, but she was able to get me on the antibiotics, which I almost never take - it’s been a long time ago, and that’s a good thing. Anyway, the tooth is much better now. (the photo below was taken at the far corner of our property near Pam's swing - I LOVE this tree and the scene behind it!)
Since I was up way before dawn anyway I decided to make a run into town for groceries - it’s been ten days and while we’re still in good shape, there were a few items running low. I’ve actually not been inside a grocery store this year, but since my bride made us masks and I found a grocery that opened at 6am for geezers like me, I felt comfortable doing so. And it was no problem since I was the only shopper in the store for a while ad felt pretty safe. When I got home pam disinfected all products before bringing them into the cabin. Nothing is 100% with all this, but we did what we could and now are restocked for another week or two without having to leave home. YIPPIE! (somehow a couple boxes of chocolate peanut butter fudge cookies got into my shopping cart...)
I look a LOT better now!
I spent some time on the tractor mowing and unloading several bags of compost that Pam needed for her garden. Even though the growing season has just begun the grass in the yard is growing like crazy! Both of us love fresh-cut grass (even though we really didn’t have much of a “lawn” for the past 20 years, but we have one now), so mowing is no problem. We alternate though - Pam takes care of the first 40-50 feet of lawn out from the cabin with the lawn mower (which is out of order right now so she uses the tractor), while I handle the next 10-20 feet farther out with the tractor that kind of blends into the forest and steep hillside. The winds were so high that the cut grass that was being blown out one side of the tractor got picked up and blew right back across me!
One wildlife note - the pups have been really good about playing with the bunnies this year and we no longer seem to have any in the yard - which means no babies to worry about while cutting the yard. Last year Mia managed to chase a baby bunny back inside a gutter downspout that was buried beneath her flowerbed turned garden this year - the bunny went so far back inside the buried downspout that Mia tore up a four-foot length of the flowerbed as she clawed and chewed up the plastic that was buried a foot deep - the bunny kept crawling back in farther to escape until I managed to extract Mia from the entire mess and the bunny was set free. Pam fixed that entire mess yesterday with a new section of buried downspout and tomorrow I’ll put a wire mesh cover so no more baby bunnies will take refuge.
By evening the weather had calmed down and we wandered around the property admiring the REDBUD trees that have just exploded here, and also tons of wildflowers. The boulder jumble area seems to be wildflower heaven - guess the soil and exposure is just right for them. As the pups and I hiked through I realized how fortunate we are to have our own little wilderness area within our borders to enjoy- kind of like a mini park.
There was lots of office work to do, but I ignored most of it. Since everything has been postponed or cancelled or closed off I have no deadlines looming - which is rare for me. Our book business has dropped by 90% with all the closures, but an order trickles in now and then and those are processed lickity split. Since retail outlets and visitor centers are mostly closed we aren’t shipping many packages, but when we do, we have a great system for UPS - our boxes are placed on a big cart and moved outside the back of the book warehouse (and under cover). UPS can drive by, pickup or drop off to the cart, and go on his way. We leave any incoming boxes on the cart until the next day, then remove contents and wipe down as necessary, then flatten the box and put on the recycle pile outside.
04/03/20 It seems like there was a lot of noise during the night but I slept pretty good and did NOT get up at 3-something to take a pill - in fact I slept until the beak of day for the first time in a very long time. Turns out there were five storm warnings that came in on the phone overnight so I guess that’s what all the noise was about - I did have a dream or two that involved lightning - or were those real?
Tis breaking daylight now and raining lightly with no wind. At first there was a quickly-growing sea of clouds covering the canyon below, but that sea has risen up and now engulfs the cabin - i can just barely see the big oak tree at the edge of our back yard. There are black clouds moving around a little bit so we may be in for more “thunder music” from the sky.
Time to make my smoothie and then maybe do a lap or two around the trail and see how the wildflowers and creek are doing. Today will be PRICE LIST day - I need to come up with a new price list that include our new products, but since we only have two of our four new products for the year done I can only list the two calendars (not created yet) and not include a photo like I normally do (since I don’t know what is going to be on the covers). Hum, and both of the new ones just completed have bears on the covers - so it will be a bear price list - lots of bears this year, which I guess kid of goes along with the bear stock market. Hum, I need to find a picture of a BULL to put on the price list too! (so that the stock market will go up)
04/06/20 It’s pretty warm outside early this morning (56) and there is some sky up there instead of just full clouds. We almost saw the sun yesterday, but mostly it was just a bright spot on a distant ridgetop that would move around a little it.
The day before yesterday we were socked in with heavy fog all day - not a single moment where the visibility was more than 100 feet - and usually less. Since I LOVE foggy forests, I spent a good bit of time doing the loop trail here back and forth between the cabin and the office, although some times it was so foggy that I was not able to see to the bottom of the hillside I was hiking across - that was weird! Our trail winds down through this "boulder jumble" below:
It was soaking wet all day but never really rained - the moisture was seeping out of the fog and not coming from high above. Towards the end of day I made one last trip up to the gallery to collect my computer and bring it back to the cabin, when I quickly realized I had entered an enchanted forest. There was no wind, and no sound as I slowly moved along the trail, until I stopped and stood still. Then there was sound. It was raining, yet the individual rain drops did make a sound when they hit the ground - the softest raindrop sound I’ve ever heard. It’s like they didn’t hit the ground with a SPLAT like normal, but rather they sort of gently landed, barely disturbing the airwaves, and with just a hint of raindrop music. Listening carefully, I could hear an entire symphony of them, near and far, and all around me. But I never felt a single drop, nor saw one land - it was as if I was just standing there dreaming it was raining.
Then I noticed a silver jewel just hanging there in the forest - not a tiny raindrop, but rather a much larger spider web, sort of shaped like a bird’s nest and about the same size. I moved closer and realized it was a double-decker web, with a short “basement” layer where the spider lived, or sat and waited for prey of some sort to land and get entangled. Looking around I noticed another web, then another, and another. Then all of a sudden I realized there were dozens of them all around me, yet each web was attached to its own little tree or bush, and each was apart from all the rest.
As I moved in closer to try and take a picture with a little phone camera the tiny droplets of moisture covering each web would light up and sparkle silver - they were like spun silver in a magic forest where everything else was so dark. Funny, but even though I tried to take a picture of several different webs, I never got a picture that I felt really showed what they were or how they lit up the forest. So I gave up and started to move very slowly along the trail and experience what was going on instead of trying to work to capture it.
At one point I stopped and decided to count the number of these magical sparkling webs that I could see. 53, I could see 53 webs from where I was standing, each on a small tree or bush of its own. Then I moved along the trail a little farther and stopped again and counted. 67 webs! Each an individual, yet they were shaped slightly different, but all were the same double-decker type of construction. There must have been hundreds, thousands of silver webs.
I guess part of the magic of the hour it took me to reach the gallery was the fact that during that 1/2 hike along a trail I’d hiked hundreds of times already this year, I never once thought of anything else but the webs and the soft raindrops - the rest of the world and my brain was blocked out and it was like a moving meditation (I don’t meditate, but it’s what I think meditation must be like).
Darkness finally drew me out of the forest (I bumped right into a large pine tree that was as dark as the night), I collected my computer and headed back to the cabin, inching my way down the driveway. I should note here that I am petrified of spiders, yet being surrounded by them was one of the most amazing hours of my life...
WEB UPDATE - today I could not find a single web along the trail or in the woods ANYwhere! Where did they all go? It's as if the spiders only wanted to capture mist droplets from the fog, then took them down when the fog went away. Or maybe the webs were actually made entirely of fog to begin with!?
March 29 is National Vietnam War Veterans Day. It recognizes veterans who served in the U.S. military during the Vietnam War. Here is an article by a friend of ours from Mountain Home that I everyone takes a few minutes to read. THANKS to all vets for your sacrifices...
Bridal Wreath Spirea at the homesite ( ID thanks to Larry, Angela, Cindy, Neauman, Jeanette, and Jeannette (from Canada)!
04/12/20 MiaWilson Falls was flowing well after a VERY loud and stormy night that brought a full 1" of much-needed rainfall. The airwaves this morning are filled with delightful bird music, large and small, high and low pitched. An odd friendship seems to have develped between one of the many bluebirds we have here and a big, fat dove. They've been sitting on the same small branch looking at each other for a long time - once in a while one of them will coo or chirp but otherwise they just stare at each other. HAPPY EASTER SUNDAY TO ALL! (We found an Easter egg along the trail today!)
04/14/20 It’s an hour before dawn and I can already see the landscape is WHITE - we got SNOW, yippie! Temp is 31 so the white magic won’t hang around long once it warms up a couple of degrees, but somehow it’s great to see a little snow. The previous couple of nights have been LOUD and EXPLODING, with the thunder and lightning shaking the cabin and lighting up even the farthest reaches. We got an inch of hard rain the first night, then just a half inch the second - that night was mostly rain after the storms moved out around midnight, but oh my the wind was quite noisy. We live on a windy point for sure!
Mia scoops up snow along the back deck...
Easter morning brought clearing skies and was a delightful day to romp in the woods. (Romp is just another way of saying we hiked to work - it was still a work day for us, but we got to extend the time we took to reach the office.) During one of the trips I took the long way, the northern route of our trail that winds down through the Boulder Jumble area, past the big waterfall, then up along the creek to Pam’s Swing and around to the gallery. And son-of-a-gun, right there next to the trail at the top of the Boulder Jumble I found a golden EASTER EGG! A morel mushroom (photo above). We’ve been looking every day for a month, and this is the first. Both of us had been right past it at least twice this day, so either we both were blind or the morel just decided it was time to pop up.
We don’t eat mushrooms, but Pam’s parents love them so we always make a special effort to find some when we know they are “up” in the area. Since these ALMOST always grow in groups, we spent the next hour searching every inch of the forest nearby, but nothing. Then I searched again while Pam took the morel to her mom, then again, and again. I resumed my search yesterday morning - covering the forest floor between the only two spots we’ve found morels here. No sign.
Yesterday afternoon I spent nearly an hour off trail on the first really genuine ramble I’ve done in a very long time - it’s the sort of thing that is as much you mind being free to wander as it is your feet doing so. I just sort of moved slowly through the forest, weaving here and there through the trees, brush, and broken bluffline that is “Little Bluff” - it’s the very same bluff that makes Hawksbill Crag and Pedestal Rocks, only it is shorter here. The pups came along as usual, and they too seemed to be in a rambling state of mind vs. chasing off in all directions after squirrels or rabbits. My mind was so lost in freedom that when I’d look up I wouldn’t have a clue where I was - sometimes your brain needs to be in park for a while instead of always going toward something, or away from something else.
We came upon a giant cherry tree that had been blown over. Lots of downed trees on this hillside in various states of decomposition - many from the great ice storm of 2009. But this tree was FRESH - fully-formed leaves on some of the branches. Then I realized the tree had most likely been blown over during the night just a few hours earlier during the storm. The base of the tree had grown over a small part of the little bluff, and it was from that upper side with less roots that proved to be fatal - the high winds simply toppled it. Wilson inspected the trunk while I stepped it off and found the tree to be 73 feet long/tall - that’s a big cherry tree!
As I was standing there at what was the highest point of the tree and looking around to get my bearings, I realized this tree was pointing too, and just a few feet away, from the very spot we had found the Easter egg morel! So now for years and years we’ll know exactly where that morel popped up - just go to the end of the big cherry tree!
04/15/20 Just a short note this morning as I sit in front of the fireplace admiring the red-ball sun rising. Temp is 38, and the landscape is back to the lush greens of late spring everywhere. I’ve been up for a couple of hours and spent much of that time gazing up at the spectacle of Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter all lined up just above the crescent moon as they all slowly arched across the southern sky. The moon was too bright to get a good photo of the group, but hopefully it will remain clear for the next couple of nights and I may try to take a pictures.
Let’s see, yesterday - I don’t recall much of yesterday, only that we got to hike the loop here several times, no mushrooms or freshly-downed trees, and I got my 15,000 steps and seven miles of hiking done. We did have a terrific light show just before sundown that really lit up the clouds above and distant hills beyond...
Today the new BUFFALO RIVER HIKING TRAILS 5th EDITION guidebook will arrive - a pallet of them just arrived at the FedX Freight terminal in Harrison at 4:30 this morning, and we’ll take the bookmobile into town in a little while to swallow up the pallet and bring the books home. I hope to be able to recharge and fire up our old forklift to remove them from the van and place in the book warehouse. For decades I would do all of this by hand, but these days I’m not even able to lift a single case of books by myself - good thing I have the boss to help, otherwise known as my lovely bride! We make a pretty darn good team. If you have ordered this guidebook, your order will ship out tomorrow. At the moment most of the trails in the guidebook are closed, but it won’t be long before the world begins to open up again and folks will get back to enjoying the great outdoors.
By the way, our special sale on the Buffalo River Beauty picture book remains on - and we still have a couple cases of these picture books in stock - they are all autographed and can be personalized and we’re happy to ship to multiple addresses if you need to send a little Buffalo River Beauty to friends and family...
04/17/20 This is the second morning in a row that when I woke up and looked out the window the crescent moon was rising, with the top half sticking up above the distant hill several miles away - it’s a sight most folks never see, yet just by chance my body told me to get up at that exact moment. Since the moonrise each day is up to an hour later than the day before, I wonder what caused me to awake up? Yesterday I had planned to be up and take pictures of the moon and Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn, but an hour after moonrise. That worked out OK to be up sooner and I got to be outside and wander around in the back yard taking pictures of the Milky Way too.
Today I had just planned to be up by 5 in order to make it to the grocery store for our 10-day supply run, and instead of being outside I’ve just been sitting here sipping Iceland coffee and enjoying the moonrise and stars.
Yesterday evening we joined the 2020’s when my bride successfully set up an online zoom session with her entire family, which included nine different computer cameras going on the screen at the same time. Pretty normal stuff for many modern day business folks, but it was a first for us - only having established one-on-one video chats a few days ago. I’m still pretty much anti-social and wanted to be down at the waterfall for my part of the meeting, but decided I wanted to be next to my bride instead. This has become the norm for a lot of folks these days, although we’ll mostly be limited here since we only have internet up at the gallery. Anyway, a fun time was had by all - BINGO will be next!
I made several trips around our loop trail yesterday and can report that our wildflower explosion continues - with mostly white and off-white flowers. And for some reason I’m noticing a lot more blue sky reflections in the pools and riffles of our little creek along the trail. At one point I could see the bright blue water in at least three reflections while looking downstream, and one of them was actually below the big waterfall drop - so I was looking several hundred yards through a thick forest and the blue really shown through. I guess I’m seeing this more because most of the time now I hike the trail downstream and the view is completely different.
We found another one today -
04/19/20 LUSH forest floor today with warm temps and wet air, only a little rain, but LOTS of ferns!
04/25/20 Left the cabin at dawn yesterday morning and saw this wall of beautiful clouds with curtains of rains as I was leaving (above). Took the pups to Fayetteville for their annual (overdue) checkup and shots. Animal Care Clinic has such a great system - I never had to leave the van nor get close to a human, and the dogs had a much better time since they normally freak out in a crowded building like a vet office. SUPER nice business and we really appreciate the staff! Wilson has been eating too many squirrels and is a bit overweight - we need to feed him green beans along with his regular diet dog food.
Speaking of green beans, my lovely bride has been able to add to our veggie garden here with a variety of plants I picked up from the local grocery store in Jasper a couple of weeks ago. She got them in just before the recent round of rainfall, and while the rain was not nearly as much as we hoped for, it was great to give the landscape a drink and the soil moist.
We’ve mostly still kept to ourselves at home with only a rare visit to town for groceries once every 10 days or so. I like our local little Harps grocery store in Jasper and always arrive when they open at 7am - I’m usually the only customer in the store, maybe one other person sometimes. The staff has been very friendly and masked, and other customers too if there are any. It has taken a while for some folks to understand how important wearing masks in public is, others never will. I know non-surgical masks won’t stop the virus, but they sure do stop a lot of other stuff from getting out into the air and that’s a big plus to me. Since I normally wear a hat anyway, I’m completely covered except for my eyes - and that’s just great for someone who is very shy and tends to avoid the world anyway, haha.
Pam’s parents picked us some WONDERFUL fresh strawberries that we’ve been adding to the smoothies (and with cream too!). YUMMY!
I have gained a little bit of weight here, but that started with the 12 days of steroids I was taking for my back issue (which HELPED a great deal!). I’m still doing a healthy smoothie and healthy salad & turkey wrap daily, although it seems we’ve been consuming a LOT of those 100-calorie bags of smart popcorn - hum, how many calories does 4 bags a day x 100 calories add up to in a month, haha! When we had trouble finding the little bags in the store then we ordered online, and at one point ended up with 100 bags at the same time - oops! I’m a smart popcorn-aholic, YIKES! But they are only 100 calories, right?
And while the mill in Arizona that makes the special pizza dough flour that we use in our wood-fired pizza oven is OUT of that flour, we've managed to sample other pizza dough mixes - but not found one yet that compares. Yet somehow I still eat an entire pizza at once - it just doesn't seem right to leave part for the next day (our pizzas are always small). I've gained 3-5 pounds since February.
I spend a great deal of my day hiking our loop trail and have exceeded the goal that my watch says every day in April. Sometimes that means I’m out at bedtime hiking up and down our driveway to get the darn circle closed up, but that’s just fine with me since I love being outdoors at night.
Our business remains near zero, but I am happy to report the major gallery show of my canvas prints at the Ft. Smith Regional Arts Museum WILL happen this summer - they will be installing 30+ of my canvas prints sometime in May with plans to open for the summer in June, with the opening date to be determined. We won’t have an opening reception and slide show as originally planned for obvious reasons, but folks will be able to view the exhibit in restricted numbers - not sure how that will work, but we’re glad to be able to share these large canvas prints with folks. I’ll keep you posted.
Our online store remains open 24/7, and my bride gets all orders processed and shipped every day. Since the mail runs early (once last week it was before 8am!), overnight orders will go out the same day, any orders after about 8am will ship the next morning. In-state packages usually are delivered within a couple of days, out-of-state deliveries may take a little longer for the normal Media Mail shipping ($4 per order, no matter how many books), but we do have an option for Priority Mail shipping. FYI, we do have more than 30 Arkansas guidebooks, picture books, and maps available for immediate shipment - more than anyone else, including Amazon. And all of my books are always autgraphed, with the option for me to personalize them. Oops, sorry to get into marketing mode. Speaking of all that, it’s time to get up and get the mail out! Hope you have a terrific weekend!
FYI, most hiking trails in Arkansas are STILL OPEN despite what you might read on social media. The only ones I’m aware of that are closed are all trails within the Buffalo National River park, plus Hawksbill Crag and Glory Hole in the Ozark National Forest, and Cedar Falls Trail at Petit Jean State Park. The trails at Lake Catherine State Park were closed last week due to storm damage, but their trails are now all open once again. Petit Jean had some storm damage too and I’m not sure about the status of their trails. NO FACILITIES are open anywhere though, so be prepared with your guidebook and maps before you arrive, and LEARN HOW TO POOP AND PEE IN THE WOODS without leaving a trace!!! And also AVOID ANY CROWDED TRAILHEAD OR TRAIL. And be sure to WEAR A MASK WHEN IN PUBLIC PLEASE - THANK YOU!
04/26/20 Fresh scones right out the oven for a breakfast treat, a Sunday tradition! (At Cloudland the tradition was spiked coffee and blueberry biscuits, but the biscuits have not been available for years so the new tradition at Little Bluff is my own baked scones, soft nature music, and sitting in the prow or on the back deck with my lovely bride..OOPS, what happend to the healthy smoothie?)
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