Monthly Archives: July 2018

Camping

Photo credit first: thank you for the pic, Peter Berkey. I remember standing there, looking out and feeling at home inside my skin. But that was yesterday on top of Reco – time to focus on today and tomorrow and … Continue reading

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Mount Reco

Today Peter and I did Reco Mountain – and we had all sorts of unexpected delights. First, we parked the car just behind the big Retallack transports and when the drivers found out where we were going, they gave us … Continue reading

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Hiking and Writiing

I was thinking the other day that life would be simple if we never had to interact with other people – if we could be complete hermits. Living alone for 16 years – the only time I ever felt anxiety was … Continue reading

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Jade Pass and beyond

Today: Jade Pass in Revelstoke. He hiked to the pass and then up the left-hand ridge – views were amazing. And it’s late and I’m tired – so the photos will do my talking for me. Highlight of the day: … Continue reading

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Thoughts

I spent a good deal of time this morning researching and reading documents re: proposed book project. The more I read, the more I think, “Hmmmm.” I’m not sure where this is going. I have many more questions than I have … Continue reading

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Blueberries and Purpose

Blueberries first: my first picking of the season and I brought home almost 7 pounds! And they are sensationally good! And there I was in Winlaw, picking in the sun, surrounded by flowers and gentle distant conversation of the workers … Continue reading

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Idaho Peak

It was a beautiful day to hike up the Wakefield Trail to Idaho Peak. But I’m not going to go on about the elevation and the blowdown and the beautiful views and flowers. Here’s the fun part: We started up … Continue reading

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