Monthly Archives: October 2018

Kimbol Lake

We had a hike today – a bit different – and lovely because, of course, it was a hike. First – great company: Sheila, Tammy and Nicky. Yup – just the best. And then it was a misty day and … Continue reading

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The Awesome Trail

Two years ago, when we moved here and I discovered the Awesome Trail (so dubbed by me), I told Simon that it was probably the prettiest non-alpine trail I had been on. Id say that’s pretty close to the truth. … Continue reading

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Ruby Ridge

What a day! A brand new hike, and thanks to amazing teamwork, we not only found the lodge – and then the trailhead (after bashing about for a while on alternate trails) but we made it to the top of … Continue reading

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Where to next?

There’s a good question. In some way, I’m guessing I ask that of myself a thousand times a day. The answer is usually the same: forward in the direction you are walking. And then sometimes, I have to question the … Continue reading

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Gwillam Lakes

Happy place today. Gwillam Lakes is one of my favourite hikes. It never ceases to work its magic on me. Today it was a joy to see it in a new dress of snow. And that’s all folks! I will … Continue reading

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Trying to Make Sense of the World

Every day, it seems, a new horror waits for us – open a newspaper, turn on the computer, click the remote on the TV – and Boom! Right between the eyes. Today, the aftershocks of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi … Continue reading

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Doing what I can

I’m taking small, incremental steps. I don’t want to be overwhelmed by too much change at once. Also, with each change I make, I ask myself, is this something I am doing out of love for (not fear of) and … Continue reading

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