It wasn’t until the small hours of the night that I picked up my research into folklore and mythology, and dug into a creation myth to understand how one tribe perceived the Northern Lights.
As an aspiring novelist, I devoted my Saturday to creating fictional scenes that celebrate the Northern Lights. I wrote most of the climax for my first book, and with each suspenseful word, I became more excited to embark on the journey to becoming a published author.
Aurora chasers are a rare breed. They’re creative, adventurous, open and curious about life’s mysteries. Not to mention fearless!
Too excited to plan or pack well, I drove three hours on Friday to the North Shore. I was headed for the first gathering of Aurora Chasers on the Great Lakes, […]
Nature. Photography. The Aurora Borealis. More than 40 people from six states gathered in Two Harbors, Minnesota, in November to celebrate these three subjects. I was privileged to be among […]
A whisper in the dark: “Do you think that’s it?” After driving an hour north on Tuesday night, I pulled over on a dirt road in rural Minnesota and got […]
It’s 2 a.m. My eyes are bleary, my arms and legs tender from a lack of sleep. My dog can hardly keep her head upright, whether she is indoors or […]