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Wordless Wednesdays: Blurred Lines
2016 Round-Up: Your Top 16 in ’16
THANK YOU. You’ve visited this site more than 26,000 times in 2016. You’ve liked, shared, and commented on Facebook. You’ve shared the love, replied, and retweeted on Twitter. And you’ve supported me with more than 8,600 likes and comments on Instagram. Here’s what you read this year:
Wordless Wednesdays: Droplets
Spend More Time Outside
Bumblebees hum while cows low in a distant field and I pick berries.
Happy Birthday, Jeff
You must be wondering why I’m posting autumn photos (and old, scanned ones at that) at the height of summer. p
The Origins of My Outdoor Life
“Doesn’t your husband go winter camping with you?” asked a kindly stranger in Algonquin Park. “Oh no,” I replied. “That’s not really his thing. He’s home with the dog.” Truth is, I could insert almost any family member and outdoor activity into that first question and it would be the same conversation I’ve had withContinue reading “The Origins of My Outdoor Life”
Shoes and Bags
This afternoon I attended the funeral for a woman who lived a good, long 96 years on this earth. I listened to her granddaughter, a dear friend of mine, fondly remember how her grandmother was to blame for her love of shoes and bags. I mentioned this to my husband hours later over pints ofContinue reading “Shoes and Bags”