Walking into his office, greeted by a "Camp Jurassic Park" sticker on the door, a matching mug on his desk, and an assortment of plastic dinosaur heads scattered around the space, it was unsurprising to learn that paleobiologist Dr. Edward Davis became interested in his field at age 16 after repeatedly watching the "Jurassic Park" movie at the dollar theatre.
The Art of Healing
Sprigs of freshly plucked sage stood halfway out of the pocket on her long violet skirt. Using a wooden cane to walk she slowly hobbled around her herb garden past rosemary bushes as tall as she. "Herbs help your body help itself," said herbalist Daphne Singingtree.
The sound of four gray wolf pups filled the room with the piercing sounds of practicing howls. The two parent wolves joined in, adding their voices to the wild melody. With their heads tilted upwards, the pups and parents sang to the sky with high pitched squeals, barks and resonate yowls.
Almost everywhere he goes, veteran Robert Hendrix of Eugene brings his long-haired chihuahua, Little Man. Although Little Man is a service dog, Hendrix often gets stopped, questioned and sometimes even harassed for having a dog with him.