Monthly Archives: July 2015

Strathcona Ramble

This is going to be a quick post – pictures can do most of my talking. I haven’t hiked alone in quite a while – it was a real pleasure. Today was simply a ramble in Strathcona. I needed a … Continue reading

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The Countdown Continues

What an odd sort of day – I have experienced huge happiness today – and a touch of anxiety – and mostly, just plain old lethargy – the heat and humidity are getting to me. And then I have been … Continue reading

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Introducing Annabelle

There she is – isn’t she pretty? She’s enjoying her food and the pond – and even the company of the other ducks, who have been hanging out with her. After all, the wild ducks are cousins, right? And I think they help … Continue reading

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Counting down

The big countdown to Switzerland has begun. We leave a week from tomorrow. I’m not sure if I’m really excited yet. I suppose I have too much to look forward to in the closer future (Strathcona again on Friday and … Continue reading

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Re-entry

Before I even think about thinking about anything else, here’s a group photo from the top of Jutland Mountain – thanks to Phil Jackson – the mighty man behind me. He’s the one who, when we had to duck around … Continue reading

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3 Mountains – 3 Days

This might be the largest ab=mount of photos I have posted in one blog – but then, it’s been 5 days. So, let’s start at the beginning: the idea was to hike into Circlet Lake and set up camp – … Continue reading

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Looking back at Crest Mountain

Linda Knight (left) just posted the pics from last week’s hike up Crest Mountain. And I just love these two photos so absolutely had to share them!   Good times for sure!

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