Monthly Archives: January 2019

White Queen – again!?!?

After a couple of days of no Internet and catching up after a day at Whitewater, this is going to be a short post. On the other hand, why do I need a lot of words? The photos tell the … Continue reading

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Silver Bump Snowshoe

Today Sheila, Nicky, Ann and I headed up Silver Bump. It was a pretty fine choice of a local snowshoe destination. This place is always pretty – even more so in the winter. The only real excitement of the day … Continue reading

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Time to Write

  This is a fun photo – if you look you can see two tiny people – that’s Peter Berkey and I heading up to the Whitewater Canyon col earlier this year. That was a slog. With ice axe. But so … Continue reading

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Decisions

I love this photo Reneta took on Wolf Peak the other day – Ben and I about to go over the edge – wheeee. Let the fun begin! But seriously, on to other subjects. Simon and I find ourselves with … Continue reading

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Mount Crowe – a Different Route

We took a rather different approach to Mount Crowe today. First, let me say it was sunny – which was, of course, simply awesome! And so very warm – no jacket for most of the day. Bonus! I loved the … Continue reading

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Freedom

“Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose.” – Janis Joplin I was reminded of the song today on my town walk with Abby. At 2.30 in the afternoon, it was dark – the sky purple/blue, the clouds almost … Continue reading

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Wolf Peak – Sort of

Today we headed off to Kootenay Pass to go up Wolf Peak. It was a glorious day and one of the prettiest places I’ve been to yet! I made a promise to myself – lots more exploring to do here. … Continue reading

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