Mountain Time

One of the best part of social media are the photos that accompany travel posts. It allows us to live vicariously through our friends trips. It gives us a glimpse into a culture and geography that we Continue reading

The Lost Saga

There seems to be a pattern here that’s been established over the years. That’s reassuring because it helps me know it’s not senility setting in just a brain on overload. It always seems worse or is it just more obvious at Continue reading

Gran’s Workshop

It feels a little bit like the North Pole at my house right now. The shopping is done, the baking is complete and the house decorated. BUT there just might be a few last minute gifts that are being created.

Quilting stores have Christmas July sales. Crafters start months in advance to knit, sew and create. BUT somehow in my house Continue reading

Pukaskwa National Park

At long last a return to the Canada 150 series. These have been stock piling so even though winter has descended I will post them to remind us all of the beauty of Canada. It will inspire summer places to explore. Continue reading

NHS Fort Walsh

The wide open sky and the huge rolling hills alongside the cattle grazing filled my soul. The setting of this National Historic Site pulls at my roots.  Continue reading

Jasper National Park and Bikepacking

My journal entry, dated July 28 1998, states that Spencer drew a picture of the airplane and wrote one long sentence that had no punctuation. We were on our way to England for a family reunion and I felt that writing about the experience would be a good idea but I quickly gave up that idea but I am pleased to report that, 21 years later, my son was excited to write up and submit this blog post. Continue reading

Prince Albert National Park and the MS Bike Tour 

It was another whirlwind trip to a National Park but well worth the time and energy. And trust me, it took a bit of energy because of why I was there.

I had signed up for a Continue reading

Prince Albert National Park 

“Tradition.  Without our traditions, our lives would be as shaky as ….. as a fiddler on the roof!”

Today’s guest blog post is written by a Continue reading

The Trails of 1885

Today’s guest blog post ticks a couple of boxes. It hits two National Historic Sites in Saskatchewan and it tells an important story that is due to be shared and reflected on.

It is written by Continue reading