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Frederiction, New Brunswick

This is only a small place, built up high into a hill. There isn’t a great deal here, it is more of a University and Army town than much else. 302 more words


Glamorous Winter Camping

In the past I have shared with you how we like to winter camp. Well, this weekend was our winter camping weekend away. It was a bit more glamorous than what we are used to, but I am not going to complain about that.


Will the circle be unbroken?

A few weeks ago, my women’s group headed north to the National Forest Lodge in Isabella, MN. The National Forest Lodge has a somewhat misleading name. 760 more words


I am alone again
With only the birch and the pine
To keep me company
Taking one step at a time
Sinking but not falling… 9 more words


Lessons Learned While Knitting a Pair of Socks

Today I am at my  husband, Jim, and my cabin in Detroit Lakes.  It’s March, so winter is on the way out, but up here in the North Country there is still a thick covering of snow, so we had to buy snowshoes and hike in a quarter of a mile to get to the cabin.  742 more words

Snowshoeing the Runch Hut Round

I’d never put on a pair of snow shoes before, but there’s always a first time for everything!

I’d primarily gone to Italy this year to indulge my passion for downhill skiing, but presented with the opportunity to hike around one of the most beautiful valleys in the Dolomites amid deep pristine snow with some breaking of trail thrown-in in a pair of snow shoes was just too good an opportunity to miss.

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