Monthly Archives: August 2009

A bushel and a peck

One of my favourite island past-times while visiting Victoria is venturing out along the country roads of Saanichton. We have meandered these bountiful roads to stop at Church & State Wines in between a wedding ceremony and reception; to visit … Continue reading

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Bookmarked

On my nightstand is a rather hefty collection of books on the go – some started last week, some a year or two ago. Bookmarks in place, stories frozen until I can catch back up to speed. A stash of … Continue reading

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Panning for growlers

Unlike Yukon Cornelius, we weren’t looking for mines of any kind. Just utter play and relaxation amongst the terrain that inspired Robert Service and Jack London. And boy did we find it, in the glass lakes of Snafu, the late … Continue reading

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