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Sab 7: Down by 50 Canadian, all Chapter's fault :)

I really am not in the mood of being tagged as the spendthrift of the year. Though, saying that I could be preparing me self mentally to get there, is hugely likely. 323 more words


Lesson #376: Nova Scotia's 42 Cranberry Lakes

I was on the phone with my mother today and we got to talking about how I’d met a guy at a neighbourhood meetup on Tuesday who spent a lot of time at his family’s cottage on Cranberry Lake in the Adirondacks. 56 more words

The North Coast

The above are before and after photos of all the food we are taking backpacking with us. We get on the ferry for Haida Gwaii first thing tomorrow morning, and then the plan is to start the East Beach Trail on Saturday. 183 more words


Our Summer so far

I decided because I’m terrible at remembering to blog I will just update with photos this time. I’m pretty good at taking photos. With the older two deschooling and the real work starting in September ( though all home edders know learning is all the time), we have been taking it easy so far. 150 more words

Home Education

The Centre of Great Britain

If someone asked you where the centre of Great Britain was or for that matter the centre of England was, would you know? Or more to the point would you care? 670 more words

Places Of Interest

Writing prompt: Driftless

Time: 7 minutes. Click here to go to my list of prompts.

“Driftless” (If anyone’s curious, the driftless region is in Southwest Wisconsin. It is indeed full of valley and caves and unwashed hippies. 235 more words


The Infinite One

If a person has one thought, but an infinite one, he can be borne along by it through his entire life, lightly and on wings, just as the Hyperborean, Abaris, traversed the whole world borne by an arrow. 92 more words