Monthly Archives: March 2020

Mount Crow

Today, Ben, P’nina and I headed up Mount Crow. With new snowfall overnight, it was gorgeous – a total wonderland. We saw almost no one all day, and that meant breaking trail a good deal of the way. No matter, … Continue reading

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Self-Isolation – day whatever

Okay then – physical distancing. Hanging out at home. When there’s nothing else to do there’s always food. And naps. Oh sure, there’s also going outside on your own, but not when it’s raining/sleeting/snowing/hailing/storming – all of which happened here … Continue reading

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Sewing Seeds

Today, Simon and I are going to have what we lovingly call, a seed party. Meaning, we are going to peruse online seed catalogues and order seeds – lots of seeds. We are going to feed ourselves. Yesterday, we already … Continue reading

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The Orchard

Yes, we have an orchard of sorts on this property. Neglected, yes, but only by humans. The bears have apparently been reaping the benefits for years. This has been rather hard on the trees (apples, pears, cherries and plums). Also, … Continue reading

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More Changes

Yup – Changes. We’re all experiencing them, right? Well, I gave my notice today for May 1 although I suspect we will move me out Alisa will come here to isolate in the basement. And we will go to the … Continue reading

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Planning/not planning

Planning anything at all is interesting right now – in these times. I have all sorts of ideas about moving out here again, about my next book project, about – well,  all sorts of things. And truthfully, if Simon manages … Continue reading

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Wolf Ridge

  What a glorious day to snowshoe up Wolf Ridge and wander the big bowl up there. We had snow and warmth and sunshine and views. Just plain wow! Yes – we did mega social distancing and no  car pooling. … Continue reading

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