When I was a kid, I wanted to be a photojournalist for National Geographic. Last year I managed to somewhat fulfill this life-long ambition, when a story I pitched to their travel mag, National Geographic Traveler, was accepted.
In August, J. and I jumped in the car and headed back to that little bit of Europe, that pastoral paradise (pictured above) where we honeymooned in 2003 – Ile d’Orleans, Quebec. And this month, my brief piece about the island is making its public appearance, on page 114 of the March issue. Check it out!
Photo by Jason Mills
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paul court here, of Blood and Fire: the Donnelly Project. i just looked up Simcoe Life to see if your article was listed yet. no joy, but i checked out your blog, found a couple of happy coincidences and had to drop a line.
one, our cottage is at Algoma Mills (on the big lake) – my wife Deb is a Gemmell. two, her sister Lynda lived in Wharfedale and worked in Leeds for many years, and we had a great time visiting her and the Dales. incredibly beautiful country.
looking forward to the article. the cd should be ready to send off to the manufacturer on friday, although, last i heard, she was in jerusalem on the day of the yeshiva slaughter…