Monthly Archives: April 2004
Pictures from our walk in Belcarra last week are now up.
I'd just about gotten to where I no longer haunted the front stoop waiting for the post. St John’s wort, in regular infusions, was of some material assistance here, I must admit. I recommend it. Anyway, after all the waiting, and the non-waiting, not to mention the afternoon spent frantically locating and faxing arcane financial […]
We're back from Kelowna and surrounds. Some walking around (unburned) parks, a bit of paddling on Okanagan Lake, a whole lotta reading. The White Death, by McKay Jenkins. About avalanches; causes, effects, anecdotes. Anchored on a particular disappearance of four young climbers in Glacier National Park in 1969, whose bodies weren't found till the next […]
Seymour Demo Forest and Lynn Creek Expeditionary Force Documentary Photographs uploaded here. Documentary Text contained in This Entry, last couple of paragraphs. That's all for the next few days, as we're hitting the road. Back Tuesday, unless the wolves get us.
Took this a few minutes ago, leaning out of my window.