Monthly Archives: June 2019

Old Glory

Today I organized/led my last hike for KMC – and it was a doozy! Twenty-three people! Whew. And it was perfect. We went up Old Glory in two groups. Chris was amazing with his help and leadership. Abby was wonderful. … Continue reading

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Carpenter Pass

Yes – it was as good a hiking day as it gets. It was blustery and snowy and chilly and fabulous and alpine and and and…. And what more can I say? Loved every minute of it. The beauty of … Continue reading

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It Begins

  It has begun. I have completed step one: gone through all the boxes I had in storage and did serious purging. I took a ton of paper to recycling – stuff I’d been keeping and dragging around for years. … Continue reading

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More Steps

Yup – there it is – a moving box. I bought a dozen today along with mirror boxes for my art. One more step. We went to the bank today – changed our accounts. Another step. I went through the … Continue reading

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Full Speed Ahead

Simon called me this morning from work “I’m approved!” And that was it – a huge burden of stress lifted from both of us. Every domino has fallen over – and now it’s full speed ahead. I called Shaw Cable … Continue reading

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Dennis Basin

The fact that I took more than 60 photos today is all you need to know about the splendour of this hike. Four of us set out for Dennis Basin on what happily turned out to be a glorious day … Continue reading

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In the Garden

I stuck close to home today – yes, there were lots of domestic chores to do – but mostly because Abby was not well. Yesterday morning when I came downstairs, she couldn’t walk. She couldn’t even bend one of her … Continue reading

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