Monthly Archives: July 2019

Hoffman Process

Right – I am back from the Hoffman Process. This morning, before going home, I hiked up Jade Pass. This is the best self-care and self- love I can do. And it was wonderful. I had a huge smile on … Continue reading

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A Different Kind of Packing

Yes, I packed today – but not so much the household stuff. Today it was more about packing for my road trip and stay at the Hoffman Institue for the next week. So – here’s the thing: this will be … Continue reading

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More Packing

This is an interesting way to pack. I’m not packing everything. Simon is staying so I’m just packing my stuff – and leaving stuff – and it’s just kind of weird. It’s also a matter of trying to leave just … Continue reading

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Ruby Ridge

It was another good-bye hike and a good-bye day. Eleven of us went up Ruby Ridge. It was amazing to see Leon and Cecilia again and the gang from Fruitvale and – well, everyone. I am going to miss these … Continue reading

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packing

I won’t say I’ve been packing all day – but certainly a generous part of the day. And now that I know what I’ve packed and what’s left, I have a tight, tense, anxious feeling. I want to get it … Continue reading

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Ben and Stuff

Today was my good-bye hike with Ben. Ben: my partner in crime in the winter – the person who introduced me to extreme snowshoeing, who taught me to thumb my nose at avalanches while respecting their possibilities, and who inspired … Continue reading

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Sapphire Lakes

It was my “good-bye” hike with the Kootenay Mountaineering Club. Abby Wilson did an amazing job. She painted a card. She gave me a painting. Many of my favourite people were there. And, I asked the question yesterday – please … Continue reading

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