Monthly Archives: September 2016

Less Stuff

I always feel good when I get rid of “stuff.” And really, I don’t even have to put that word in quotes – any stuff will do. I suppose I am a minimalist at heart. I can browse through Pinterest … Continue reading

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Maple Mountain

I can’t think of a more perfect way to spend a late September day – especially when the sun is shining in a bluebird sky – than hiking. What made it even more perfect was the company – Penny is … Continue reading

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Doing and Being

The morning walk in the back 40 and the long afternoon hike through Hemer Park were the being portions of my day. The rest was doing – or, as Old Blue Eyes would say, “do Be do Be do.” I’ll … Continue reading

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Back in Cedar

I had a short trip this morning – from Hope to Horseshoe Bay and then the ferry ride home. Nice things happened – taking Abby for a walk in the village, thinking to get a sandwich to take on the … Continue reading

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From Home to Hope

The title of this post sounds delightfully existential. However, I do mean it quite literally. Today I drove from our new home in the Slocan to Hope. This is where I have petered out and checked into a motel for the … Continue reading

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Hiking in Valhalla

Yesterday probably qualifies as one of the most memorable birthdays I have ever celebrated. First, it was a decade day – I turned 70! Second, it was the first birthday I spend with my love. Third, I spent it in … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday

Um – no photos Because I have a million photos that I took today (slight hyperbole) and have not yet even looked at. It’s because it’s my birthday and we hiked in the most outrageous place ever! And came home … Continue reading

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