Ramekin Cottage: container for the musings of a polymath autodidact word-loving, image-creating, tree-hugging, curious Dirt Person born forty years before the previous century ended. Also, where this person lives–a 900 square foot odd little house in an odd small town along the central east slopes of the Cascade mountains in Washington state. Home to one woman, one entitled cat, two motley hens, a colony of honeybees, an evolving garden, four hundred books, eighty canning jars, a collection of watercolors and paintbrushes, numerous pairs of boots and one pair of flip flops, vintage sewing machine and crosscut saws…well, you get the picture.

All opinions expressed here are my own, and do not reflect any official position of the US Forest Service. Words and images are the intellectual property of Debra Davis, unless otherwise credited. Please request written permission before duplicating any of this material in any way.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey, This is tooo much! Honestly, Deb, you’ve captured the true feeling of being out in the woods. Im sure Ann & I are attracted to nature in many ways like yourself. The hard work is just a way to stay in shape, right?
    Maybe you could publish a book like Martha Hardy’s “High Rock Lookout”.
    Jon, and you can illustrate the book. The best to you both. Darrell & Ann

  2. Hi Debra, I am wondering if we can talk by email. I am a biology professor at the Univ. of Illinois and am interested in some of the critters you see in your wilderness trips.

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