Water has been dancing in and out of my thoughts lately. Recent walks along the South Saskatchewan River here in Saskatoon and walks along the shore of Lake Superior while in Thunder Bay revealed some […]

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Boxing day Bird Count

Citizen science was definitely in action on December 26 as volunteers spread out over the entire city (and much of the Province) recording bird sightings and adding the results to world wide databases. This Boxing […]

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More birds and ice.

A warm wind blew in yesterday and whispered in my ear “Go for a walk along the river and check out the ducks”. I am constantly impressed by the tenacity of the Common Goldeneye ducks […]

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A Personal Story.

Yesterday I received a link to a video made about the farm where I grew up. Some readers may be interested in following a personal journey taken by Cathy and I as we discovered a […]

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Work from Hub City Turners.

Four members of Hub City Turners stopped by today with recently finished pieces. It is always such a privilege to be among the first to see work from these fine makers. Paul Schroeder brought an […]

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Birding Joy.

I posted this same grouping on Instagram a couple of days ago. It was such a delightful day of birding I am sharing it on my website as well. As I headed out to President […]

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Citizenship Ceremony

When an opportunity to attend a Citizenship ceremony presents, please do yourself a favour and GO. Our friend Miranda Jones became a Canadian citizen yesterday along with 87 other individuals representing 26 nationalities. The event […]

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Snowy day.

A neck slung camera, electrified gloves, light snow falling in clumps and some willing photo subjects all lined up for a fun afternoon. The spruce forest just behind my house often yields some interesting birds. […]

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Some Catching Up.

Fall colours, migrant birds, foraging insects, new art work, a trip to Winnipeg… WHEW… The fall just took off and left me in the lurch. I have finally caught up and prepared some images to […]

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A Star Party Road Trip

What the heck is a Star Party? Come along and we’ll explore one. A new moon, a dark sky preserve, a five hour drive with our grandaughter, Olive and we are at the Cypress Hills […]

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