Category Archives: Hiking and Life

Fighting Winter Gloom

Well – there you are – the best way to fight the very short days, the deep, grey skies and the dark and cold – get up into the alpine. Thanks to Sheila Sinkie for the photo. But that was … Continue reading

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White Queen again

I had no intention of going back to White Queen so soon. Scott even mentioned to me on Wednesday: “Now that we have a track, you can lead a KMC hike.” I said, “No – too soon. And besides, P’nina … Continue reading

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Playing with Photos and Listening

The new (old) Sony seems to be working well. Simon and I took the dogs on the Butter loop this afternoon – I took various photos. The camera performed as well as the old one. Gosh – I surely do … Continue reading

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Technology and Politics

So – that photo was taken this afternoon at Bannock Point with a Sony Cybershot. No – it is not a new camera. I’ve had it for years. Something was terribly wrong with it and I wish I could remember … Continue reading

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White Queen

Today: the good, the bad and the ugly. First the good: White Queen! And oh my gosh, what a brilliant day it was. I was so happy I didn’t think I would be able to hold it in. Scott and … Continue reading

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The Right Wing

Before I wrap myself deeply in the subject of politics, I want to thank Vicki Hart for taking this photo on Mount Beattie the other day. She¬†has a wonderful eye! And tomorrow I will be up that way again – … Continue reading

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Occupancy again

More steps all heading in the right direction. Simon completed the final small thing we had to do. We have printed off our application letter to have subjects on the house removed. Tomorrow Simon drives to Nakusp to start the … Continue reading

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