Usually, I tell you a story and take you with me. Let you see what I am seeing, taste what I am tasting and to smell what I am smelling. Fall is such an expressive season, I don't have to work hard to bring those sensations to you. This last weekend my sister and I... Continue Reading →
"I hear an ambulance coming," the lady at the counter says, raising her head to listen. The pen she is holding remains still in her hand, hovering mid-air. My head swivels around. "I don't hear anything..." I don't get the words out of my mouth before the sirens become audible. "Someone must have fallen off... Continue Reading →
I know I am late publishing this year's countdown. I truly struggled with choosing between places where the landscape in front of me is jaw-dropping, and cultural locations where the line between lore and history is so faint it is indiscernible. I decided to compromise. This year is about centre locations and why you should... Continue Reading →
Fog hovers low over the area shrouding the bay and upper part of the cape. As I exit the truck a raven is cawing repetitively from the top of a spruce tree. He jumps from his perch and flies away as I disturb the peace by shutting the driver's-side door. I turn my head and watch... Continue Reading →
This was taken last Saturday. I stopped at the Nova Scotia welcome center on Fort Lawrence road in Amherst, Nova Scotia. Jacob was kind enough to pose for a photo and puff out a tune for the crowd. More to follow I am off exploring.