Months of Moments

A note from the Editor: This essay is part of the Cayuse Corona Community, a recurring feature. Here, Maddy Butcher knits ideas and events into a piece that reflects on the pandemic experience. Leave a comment and be in the running for giveaways! Pasture Moment […]

Read more

Lockdown Elsewhere

A note from the Editor: Here at Cayuse Communications, we’ve been thinking about our community. How best to come together and share during this time? We’ve reached out to friends to see how they are making lemonade from lemons and coping with the strains of […]

Read more

Absurdities Make Us Human

Katrin Silva writes eloquently about quarantine fatigue here. For me, though, it’s all about quarantine absurdities, like this ridiculous meme a friend sent me. Sometimes I feel punch drunk from the pandemic. It beats mild panic, which hits me, too. I think about death and […]

Read more

Western Snap: Pretty and Versatile

Through their form, fashion, and function, clothes define us. They can explain to others what we do and what we value. More importantly, here at Cayuse Communications, we believe clothes should serve us well and make us feel good. It’s a simple idea that can […]

Read more

Pandemic Progress?

Editor’s Note: This short report is part of the Cayuse Corona Community, a series of posts to share and communicate our challenges and successes during the 202o pandemic. Read more Cayuse Corona Community posts here. Read about Whoopie Pies and Wilderness Read about Lemons, Oranges, […]

Read more

Of Whoopie Pies and Wilderness

Here’s the thing about whoopie pies: They aren’t that good. Never were. The official Maine State Treat is a century-old tradition with a similar shelf life. Made mostly of sugar, flour, lard, and cocoa, they live somewhere between a cookie and a cake and are […]

Read more