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Start Your Engines

I’ve been a bit scattered lately. I’m blaming this on the summer. Not only is the weather enticing me outside (or was, before the rain started, not that I’m complaining), but my husband is home, and we are deeply engaged in our usual warm-weather activities: adventure-schemes and renovations. A couple weeks ago, we woke up […]

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Roots

I’ve spent this week in Ontario, saying goodbye to my step-father at his beautiful memorial, and spending time with my family, including my cousin, C., and her kids who came all the way from Oregon. One afternoon, C. and I sat on a dock, our feet glowing golden in the tannic water of the Muskoka […]

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Climate Change

Today is the third day of rain since J. and I arrived in central Ontario. When we took Mowat for a walk this morning, we could smell mould on the forest floor, and up the street, the house on the corner is covered in overgrown ivy. It’s like a rain-forest here, compared to the dry […]

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Gone Fishin’

This: And this: And this: And that’s about all, for now…. Next week, hear from Marguerite Pigeon, the author of Inventory, Open Pit, and the forthcoming Some Extremely Boring Drives (as well as a high school friend of mine from Blind River) on the Firelight Interview Series.

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