Monthly Archives: May 2014

Seeing the Garden Through the Seeds

It’s planting season finally, here in Central Alberta. And as I carefully rolled tiny seeds into their beds of soil and tucked them in, I imagined in my mind just how things would start to look in a few weeks. … Continue reading

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The Day I Walked All Day Long

There was a day working for the outfit in the Yukon, north of Watson’s Lake that I pretty much walked for fourteen hours. As usually I was up in the wee dark hours of early morning, poking contacts into my … Continue reading

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