Change Happens! Hidden Treasure Novels, HTN reinforces that message in several social media outlets. If you follow us at Twitter or Facebook you will recognize this photo of a creek in Piedmont of North Carolina.
In the debut award winning novel that launched this HTN enterprise, Jackson Badgenoone considers the High Water Markers of life. Jackson draws inspiration for the theme after observing this Dutch Buffalo Creek. On page 41 of that book, readers discover that, “High Water Markers provide tangible evidence of the advance and retreat of creeks, streams, rivers, and oceans. Metaphorically they also provide the measuring stick for citizens, nations, enterprise and empire… Civilian title after a name, the number of boxes under a box on an organization chart, a corporation balance sheet… A few are life-changing events, a birth, a spiritual epiphany, a wedding, a divorce, a death.” The Hidden Treasure of Dutch Buffalo Creek, page 41.
This blog entry considers High Water Markers that relate to our environment. We welcome readers to share their experience through the contact button on the connect page of this website. What was an environmental high water marker that you observed during the seasons of your lifetime?