Fall is on full follow-through here in Nelson. Two weeks ago, we saw larches make their transition with golden visuals (Monica Meadows, pictured above). Now, the snow line has slowly begun it’s descent into the valley, while the maples in town put on their sunbursty show. Is that even a word? Well… it should be. […]
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Dozens of actuated hourglasses filled with sand from the original King Edward Building, now known as cSpace. (2020 – Calgary, Alberta) Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on The Danger of a Single Story “I recently spoke at a university where a student told me that it was such a shame that all Nigerian men were physical abusers […]
June in the Kootenays. Longer days tease the trend of warmer weather, only if it’s not torrenting rain. Like the bears, we’re still stretching out after a winters’ hibernation. Hungry for something. Anything. Here’s another round-trip from the door step. From Nelson, linking up established rail trail to Christina lake, forestry road to Rossland, then […]
A Fabulous Day: Do they come by choice, or chance? (Ashland, Virginia. 2019) “Hidden beneath criticism is a wish.” Fitting to these times, Ester Perel’s book Mating in Captivity frames the folly of couples who become reliant on their partner to satisfy the whole spectrum of their needs. Just as a flame needs air to […]
Spring in the West Kootenays. It’s an experience to watch snow levels rise and life rapidly flourish and the colours of spring emerge. In the valley, May isn’t a month for getting up too high on two wheels, but where there’s an edge to dance… We should dance. Trip Hooks: Low traffic highway sections backdropped […]
Should you turn around? There is no set depth for when mud is considered ‘too deep’. When a fresh clearcut terminates kilometers of fast-travel fire-road, you long for a sign that says ‘easy way out’. Desire for assurance, plus avoidance of repeating the cost we’ve already sunk: what’s behind is known, and it ain’t pretty. […]
Riding to Brooklyn via the East-Coast Greenway, April 2019. Ideas that won’t survive the Coronavirus. As we emerge from self isolation, is it too radical an idea that this period of reflection could perpetuate economic and racial solidarity? “You can’t time the market” is wise advice for any amateur investor, but here’s someone who has […]
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