This post is from late February, earlier this year. I didn’t post it in time, and have been sitting on it ever since. * * * SGang Gwaay (Red Cod Village) is one of the most remote places in the world. A UNESCO heritage site, it lies … More A Trip in SGang Gwaay
I can’t believe it. I cannot believe it’s already been nine weeks of van-livin’, Canada-tourin’, music-festival-dancin’, new-friend-makin’ and general summer-travelin’-shenanigan-havin’! Though my head feels heavy with the idea of returning home to routine, my mind, heart and spirit are filled with the emanating vibrancy of life. I’ve met wonderful souls, seen some mind-blowingly beautiful places, … More And Summer Winds on Down the Road
Yesterday was a magnificent morning. That is really saying something, especially for those of you who may be sadly familiar with my lack of fondness for consciousness before 10am. Anyways, Francois called me at about 8:30, on his way to the university (to study for the last exam of his undergraduate degree!). Still sound asleep … More Whales!
The following post is from August of 2013. It was briefly published, but taken down for a while. That said, I’m at Jags, and two absolutely stunning bikes just rode up – the first of the season. And, wouldn’t you believe it, one of them is a Shadow, just like mine. Thanks, universe! * … More Ride on.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day! The extra emphasis on love this time of year is a beautiful thing. When I was a kid, waking up on Valentine’s Day was as exciting as Christmas. My parents always did something nice for each other and for me, and it made for a really beautiful day, even when life sometimes … More Ling.xaal, and Valentine’s Day