Monthly Archives: September 2016

Day One

The hardest part of today (so far) has been waiting for the very, very slow Internet connection. That said, one of the best parts of the day is actually having an Internet connection in this rather remote location. We were convinced … Continue reading

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Home Owners

Today is the day. We have the ownership a papers and the house keys. The property is officially ours. At this moment, Simon is on his way to the property with the RV. This would seem to be a simple … Continue reading

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New Denver

I fear this post is going to be fairly incoherent. My head feels likes it’s wrapped in cotton wool. No – not just my head – everything is wrapped in cotton including my very soul. I am ungrounded. I don’t … Continue reading

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Keremeos

Sometimes I wonder when my life will feel like my life again. Today I feel like a character in a movie script – something by Wes Anderson perhaps. In other words, completely absurd and surreal. And yet, I keep reading … Continue reading

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Another Road Trip

I’ve spent the last several hours hiking up and down the stairs (How much elevation gain, I wonder?) with the laundry basket loaded with “stuff.” All the “Stuff” that has to be restored to the motor home. These items include … Continue reading

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Small things

I’ll start with last night. I usually have trouble sleeping after a day of hiking. I’ve always blamed it on energy – on my adrenaline still pumping too strongly for hours after the hike is done. And last night felt … Continue reading

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Strathcona on a rainy day

Today was perfect in any number of ways – especially, perhaps, in the way that it didn’t go as planned. The idea was to set out on a warm sunny day in September from Raven Lodge and hike to Moat … Continue reading

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