. Sometimes it’s clear sailing, and sometimes… um, it’s not. During our December travels we encountered all kinds of weather. For the most part, the roads were good. On the homeward portion of the trip, as we left Cranbrook, BC, we traveled north for a time in a trench between two mountain ranges. It was a gloriousContinue reading “So, how’s your writing journey going?”
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. Sometimes things just don’t go as planned. Our trip home from the Okanagan mid-week was one of those things. The afternoon’s drive started out pleasantly enough. Sunshine. Picture-perfect clouds. Hardly any traffic. I barely noticed as more clouds snuck in… … until suddenly, well along the mountainous Coquihalla Highway, the darkened skies dumped theirContinue reading “Challenging Changes”
Beginnings, Middles and Endings
The past two weeks for me have been about travelling and visiting, enjoying holiday time with family members and friends. The outbound trip was under gorgeous blue skies. The homecoming, not so great… two days of constant snow. As we started out I watched the passing landscape with disinterest as blowing snow transformed everything intoContinue reading “Beginnings, Middles and Endings”
It May Be Winter, But….
Sixteen degrees!* That was the temperature as we returned home to the Fraser Valley on Saturday from our eighteen days in the Okanagan and East Kootenay areas of BC. We drove 2,000 km and never once drove on snow. We did see snow, of course, but here at the coast the spring crops are already greening.Continue reading “It May Be Winter, But….”