Monthly Archives: April 2019

Mount Sentinel (again)

We picked a perfect spring day to hike up Mount Sentinel. It was such a great bunch of people – all my favourites! It was windy and warm and sunny and lovely and fun and full of green meadows and … Continue reading

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April Showers

Thank goodness for Gore-tex. With waterproof pants and jacket, waterproof boots and hat – today’s walk with the dogs on the Butter trails was good. In fact, more than good. It reminded me of the rainy day walks and hikes … Continue reading

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Writing

It was as if I had never stopped writing for a couple of years. Nothing felt odd – it was exactly the same. Put it down on paper. Tell the story. Make it interesting. Make it human. Grab people’s attention. … Continue reading

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Reporter at Large

I was up at the crack of dawn (actually, before it cracked) and by 7 I was out of the house and driving to Procter. My timing was right and I got there at 9 as I had hoped. So … Continue reading

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The Garden

Today I sowed the peas, sweet peas, spinach and the first row of radishes. In other words, it has begun. Tonight, the last of the potatoes. Food planting. Yay! And this morning I drove the truck to the shop to … Continue reading

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Mount Kirkup and Mount Grey

We had a great snowshoeing day up Mount Kirkup and Mount Grey and looping back down the Old Glory trail. The weather was not promising on the way up – and then – bingo! blue skies and sunshine! Layers were … Continue reading

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Syringa

Well – that was a busy day. Once again, tidying up the house and cleaning for another showing (which I understand went well) and then off to Syringa with the dogs. It’s a nice walk and the sun came out … Continue reading

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