Monthly Archives: May 2015

Ready for the weekend

Okay – that photo is from last weekend. I hope to get an equally inspiring one this weekend – or maybe even more than one. I think I have both Abby and I pretty much ready to go. What a … Continue reading

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Nervous

Yes, I am nervous: stepping outside my comfort zone – again. This is so good for me. I have this feeling of excitement coupled with trepidation. I think I shall focus on the excitement. Tomorrow we set off for two … Continue reading

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A Potpourri Day

Great day – I think. usually, my days have a sort of theme. Not today – a complete hodgepodge. So I think it was good, but I can’t really tell for sure. And I still have things to do: water … Continue reading

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More on Crest Mountain

There’s a good reason Crest Mountain is one of my favourite hikes. It’s hard work (four hours to┬áthe top, three of them up hill – on and on) but the payoffs are amazing. First, the hike beings through an ancient … Continue reading

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Crest Mountain

Tonight, I am going to let the photos tell the story of a glorious hike up Crest Mountain. Dinner calls. Tomorrow – a fuller description.

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Meditating on Peace

Yellow Point Park was the perfect walk for me today. Along Time alone walking is essential to me – to my well-being in every way. I thought again about the state of the world: climate change, politics, fascism, oligarchy and … Continue reading

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Mount Arrowsmith

  Sometimes, my hear fills so much, it feels like it is going to burst. I just had that experience while I was uploading my photos and viewing them again. I re-lived the day (or at least the 4,5 hours … Continue reading

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