There is nothing like spending time in an ancient gorge to make you realize that our time on earth is a drop in the bucket. Our lives but a small dot compared to that majesty of the earth.Continue reading “A small dot //In a red chair”
We are definitely not morning people. So after a nice relaxing start to the day we packed lunch and headed out the door. It wasn’t warm and fresh snow adorned the mountains.Continue reading “My Boy Scout”
Continue reading “Back up slowly..”
We I reviewed the basic guidelines and off we went. Little did we know that we’d have to actually put those into use.
The sun rises over the cool Atlantic air and hits land first in
I turned the calendar page from May to June. There has been very little to distinguish one month from the next. No work days, no appointments, no sports, no parties, no dessert nights or Scotch tasting parties. It struck me how little I have actually needed a calendar for in the last 3 months.Continue reading “June “bugs””
Canada 150 is winding down across this big fabulous nation of ours. In Ottawa, for a cool 5.6 Million, the rink and festivities have continued although they have cancelled many activities at New Year’s due to the polar vortex hovering over Canada right now.
I’ve been quite remiss as I had two more Continue reading “Rocky Mountain House NHS”
I am extremely excited to bring you the first GUEST BLOG POST about our National Parks. For me it’s like a triple win; a Saskatchewan park, the wide open prairies (my spiritual space) and written by an inspiring young woman who is a mover and a shaker. Someone I am lucky enough to call my friend and who, with only a tiny bit of encouragement dove into writing about her Parks Canada experience. Continue reading “Grasslands National Park”