I arrived in the Northwest Territories at the end of February for a work assignment. It was -25C and one of the roads leading to the small community where I’m currently staying looked like this. Here’s another view of the same road taken about an hour later. If you watch Ice Road Truckers, you might be interested […]
As the Okanagan descends gently into winter, here are a few more views. On a recent sunny day, M. and I went up to Chute Lake. It almost felt like spring except for that sharp autumn-air quality. While hiking along a back trail, M. and I found this sign. If you’re metrically challenged, 4.5 metres […]
And in she dove…. via Why Didn’t You Tell Me? — That Shameless Hussy
A lot has been written about the difficulties involved in leaving a narcissist, especially if there are children involved. A lot has also been written about going “no contact” or involving a third party to minimise contact if there are children. What I haven’t seen a lot about is the business of how to move […]
Whether you celebrate Easter in a religious context or just enjoy a secular bunny egg, have a great holiday weekend. 🙂 All these yellow flowers are fabulous. 🙂
M and I went to Vancouver Island for my sister’s internment this week. While there, we said good-bye to my sister while visiting the places she loved on the island where she lived for most of her life. Goodbye, J. I love you.
M and I have been doing lots of walking around our new home in British Columbia’s truly spectacular Okanagan Valley. Lots of wine is produced here and the landscape reflects that. There are moderate, wet winters with very hot summers, great for grapes and all the other types of fruit that are grown here. There’s […]