Author Archives: matt goff

About matt goff

I am an aspiring naturalist who seeks to learn all that I can about the more-than-human aspects of this place that is my home.

Sharp-shinned Hawk

This afternoon I got a call from a friend who lives in the neighborhood. He said a Sharp-shinned Hawk had caught a pigeon in his yard and I was welcome to come by to watch it. At first I was … Continue reading

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Late Afternoon Clouds

Today continued the dominant pattern of the winter, with breezy conditions and periodic rain. Temperatures warmed up to the lower 50s around 4pm this afternoon. It was pleasantly warm (for the season) as I sat and watched some of the … Continue reading

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Snow-covered Verstovia

Skies cleared today, revealing fresh snow on the mountains.

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Mt. Edgecumbe from Verstovia Trail

Picture from an afternoon hike up to the first viewpoint on Verstovia Trail.

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Sunset View of Mt. Edgecumbe

Thinking there might be another colorful sunset and deciding I had recovered enough from recent illness to try and work on conditioning, I was motivated to get up to the first viewpoint along Verstovia trail. As it turned out, after … Continue reading

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Sunset Color

As the sun was setting this afternoon, the sky became too colorful to ignore, so I spent a little time enjoying the fire-tinged clouds from my house.

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