Monthly Archives: December 2014

Ammonite Falls

Again – credit for the fabulous night shot of Ammonite Falls goes to Lorne Collicut. At first, I didn’t even want to go on the hike. So glad I did. When the question is, “To hike or not to hike?” The … Continue reading

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grrrr

I’m just going to chalk it up to being one of those days. Stood up by an interview subject – with today as a deadline. Then the interview, when it finally arrived, was not as good as I had planned just … Continue reading

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Mount Tzou

It was exactly the sort of day I needed: a day hiking outside in beautiful weather with wonderful views and good company. The mist was heavy in the valleys when we started out – and that made for some beautiful … Continue reading

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Night Hike part 2

So this was the actual night hike. First, to give credit where credit is due, I took the photo of Liz, Stef and Tessa (handheld mind you) while the brilliant Lorne Collicutt took the other two. And if you’re wondering … Continue reading

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Night Hike

No – this is not a photo of today’s night hike – mainly because that hike has not yet begun – but it is imminent. It’s been a lovely boxing day – one on which I once more successfully avoided … Continue reading

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Doubly Gifted

I was gifted twice this Christmas: first was the most wonderful Christmas Eve hike on Mount Tzouhalem in warmth and sunshine – and then today – Christmas Day – Up Maple Mountain in slightly less warmth but again, abundant sunshine and … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve 2014

Today may be the best Christmas present I have ever had. What made it so special? First, the company. I don’t think I have ever met anyone I enjoy hiking with as much as Paul – he’s a very special … Continue reading

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Longer days

And while it may be true that today is only about 10 seconds longer than the 21st – it’s still longer. Can summer be far behind? Even when the days are heavily overcast, dark, short, drizzly – just made for … Continue reading

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After The Solstice

It was one of those mornings when it was imperative to tuck my camera into my pocket. The mist was rising over the pond and fields; the air was crisp with enough dampness to make it mild and to load … Continue reading

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Mount Benson

How lucky can I possibly get in this life? After a stupendous snowshoeing day yesterday, today  we hiked up Mount Benson – got to the top just before sunset and hiked down most of it in the dark – which, … Continue reading

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