Monthly Archives: January 2018

Snowshoe

I’m pleased that Sheila had the brilliant idea to go on a snowshoe in the Retallack area today – not only did we have sunshine (and snow while the sun was shining!) but it looks like it may be the … Continue reading

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Just another day

This winter, I am grateful for Walter’s property across the road. After my chores were done and lunch was done and a couple of thousand¬†words of writing handled, Abby and I headed across the street, this time with my GPS. … Continue reading

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Weather or not

Full disclosure – this was not an image taken by me last night. Fuller disclosure – it might as well have been. Last night, we received another twelve inches of snow on top of what we already had, which was … Continue reading

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Plan F

Yes – in the world of plans, we are moving down the alphabet. Once again, let me state that the story of my life starts with the phrase, “Did not go as planned.” We’d hoped to snowshoe at Strawberry Pass. … Continue reading

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Writer’s Life

One of the greatest reward’s of the writer’s life: holding your first book in your hands – seeing the words you wrote on the printed page – having a retail store take your books and display them! Yep – all … Continue reading

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Mini-Hike

The best thing that happened all day was a small two-hour hike up Payne Bluffs with my three sweeties (see end photo!) The snow was deep – so deep that near the top I was plowing through it almost to … Continue reading

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Mother

The photo – my mother and my nephew, Paul – taken a couple of years ago – I think she was 99 at the time. She¬†died this morning at the age of 102. She fell, broke her hip, and was … Continue reading

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