Native Memorial at Little Bighorn
Paula HorvathPaula Horvath is a retired faculty member at the University of North Florida and a retired editorial writer from the Florida Times-Union, both in Jacksonville, Fla. At the university, she taught journalism and cross-cultural communication.
A Trip Delayed: Or How to Make Lemonade
The view from my porch in Canada.
The treasure that is the Tongass
The essence and boundaries of life within Alaska’s Tongass National Forest are etched in water. From the mosses and ferns […]
Alaska — the last frontier
John Muir, often called the “Father” of the U.S. park system, had a special place in his heart for […]
Travel in a time of Covid
Covid has played devilish games with our psyches. For the past 18 months, it seems many of us have become […]
For the love of belugas
Bobbing humps so iridescently white they sparkled in the morning light appeared in the distance across the still surface […]
A beautiful mystery
A good murder mystery is always compelling. And when it’s a deadly mystery situated within a context of ethereal beauty, […]
Just like Florida?
The sun glittered over the top of the pine trees and its rays glinted off a bay of almost ethereal […]
Where? When? How many?
Drifting within that blissful state of somnolence somewhere between wakefulness and deep sleep I heard the distinctive ping of a […]
The Difficulties of Crossing Over
The excitement became most intense two days before I was to jump on the highway to head north in my […]