O-where is inside and outside of nowhere, a place to explore the fringes and hinges of the known and unknown worlds.

The intent of this blog is to post explorations and observations on the wonders of creation, as I discover them on the paths to and through O-where.  Here you will find eclectic musings on Tarot, nature, art, science, curiosities and coincidences.

O-where is also the name of a 38-acre parcel of land in east central Arizona that my wife and I will retire to.  “O” is the first letter of our last name, hence we have given the name “O-where” to our land.  It is indeed “in the middle of nowhere”, which suits our natures just fine.  It is just east of old Route 666 (“the Devil’s Highway), and also east of the Zuni Heaven or Kolhu/wala:wa, thus bordering otherworldy places.

Here is a view of one of the paths through O-where, with “Gary’s Knob” on the right, a rock-strewn magical hill in the center of O-where.  We can be Fools on that hill.

Road to O-Where

Fool on the Hill, or Hermit on the Knob?

Fool on the Hill, or Hermit on the Knob?

Rock On!

Rock On!

3 Responses to “About”

  1. December 10, 2007 at 5:17 pm

    Welcome to wordpress! You seem to have found me, and now I’ve found you back. I haven’t had a good look around here yet, but I like the stated intention to mix things up a bit. One thing I find makes me slightly nervous around certain tarotphiles and the ilk is that they don’t appear to have a life outside the cards!
    They tell me that Doris Lessing just got the Nobel prize for literature. When I was knee-high to a flea (relatively to now) I read a Doris Lessing novel in which one of the characters said something I’ve always remembered – even though at the time I didn’t have the faintest idea what it meant, if anything. The words were ‘Fundamentally, you can divide people into good and bad’. The people at redravine are good people: the link below will give you a sample if you care to mouse it – assuming you don’t know them yet.


    Good blogging, and drop in any time!
    P.S. I like the guy falling, dreamful, from the tower!

  2. April 11, 2010 at 3:55 pm

    Tarotically speaking (yeah, I just made that word up 😀 ), being a “Fool on the hill” is a great place to start!
    PS: Thanks for the Blog Roll link exchange. 😀
    James Ricklef

  3. May 11, 2010 at 11:30 am

    Dear O
    Found (trawling the web…how else) you had happily included Tarot of the Sephiroth on your Owhere blog…Thank you.

    I’ve just re-done the Tarot of the Sephiroth website, and have included your site on our links page… hope that’s OK with you.

    best regards and Thanks again,

    Dan Staroff
    Tarot of the Sephiroth

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