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Foggy

  Yes, it’s foggy – an dit’s that damp kind of cold that seems to get in under all the layers of clothing you thoughtfully put on in order to keep all that cold out. But still – are those … Continue reading

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Cowpath

  I have to say that as much as I adore the 20K Cowichan River Footpath, let me be very clear: I will NEVER hike it again in winter. Why? You may well ask. After all, on a sunny January … Continue reading

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Semi Lazy Sunday

  I call it a semi-lazy day and not full on lazy because we hiked for two hours at Cable Bay – so I think it counts as doing something rather than absolutely nothing. But as for the rest of the … Continue reading

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Westwood Ridges

  It’s quite true that if you keep up a good pace you can complete a tour of the entire Westwood Ridges, hitting every high point, in about three hours. I am delighted to report that today was more about … Continue reading

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Winter Sun

  It’s a rare day in January when I can take two sun-drenched walks. Even better, the sunshine is nascently warm. Hurrah! Can spring be far behind? It’s been a great day, and not just because of the sun. I … Continue reading

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Snow

  It’s so easy to appreciate snow when I can drive to it rather than live in the middle of it – choice is everything! (well, maybe not “everything” but it sure is quite a large part of the equation.) … Continue reading

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Feeling Good

  I appreciate days when I feel just plain good. These days usually occur when I have completed a task that I was putting off or that seemed unpleasant in some way. So I called Brandy to tell her the … Continue reading

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