Monthly Archives: December 2018

Snow

That’s it for today: two dogs in the snow.

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Getting into the Mood

By “mood” I mean Christmas of course. But there was no way I was going to drive all the way to Castlegar and Nelson without getting in some play time as well – especially given that today was crazy warm and … Continue reading

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Approaching Solstice

Dark – holy heck it’s dark. On the other hand, only one week and the days get longer – only seconds a day at first, mind you. But still…. I’ll grab all the good news I can get. Good news is … Continue reading

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Slush

I think the one word that pretty much sums up the day is “slush.” For want of anything better, it will do. We walked in slush today on the Galena Trail with the dogs – they didn’t appear to mind … Continue reading

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Cameras, Bread and Politics

It was a snow day, a frustrating day, a giggly day and, ultimately, a fine day. It started as expected: no driving south to Whitewater. The roads were icky and, as I understood, littered with cars in the ditch. And … Continue reading

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Snow

Snow – wet, heavy, slippery snow and lots of it. The kind of snow that has cars sliding into the ditch and vehicles crashing into each other. So all I did today was a bit of shovelling, taking the dogs … Continue reading

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Pine Cone Inn and Beyond

Who knew that it was more than 1,000 metres up to Pine Cone Inn? Well, technically, at least 20 minutes past and up from Pine Cone but still – those were some serious metres to log, especially because they were … Continue reading

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