Well, it happened. I’m finally a resident of Saskatchewan. Included with this acquisition are a driver’s license and vehicle registration, so my Truck is Canadian now too. The Truck was a long process that required customs forms, vehicle inspections, and vehicle modifications. The driver’s license was equally complex, but they’re both done now. These wereContinue reading “On Your Mark…”
Preparation brings me solace. It’s the only way I can go on these adventures.
In a week’s time Rebecca and I will travel across Canada to a tree planting camp.
My dreams feel tenuous, like the whole thing could unravel at any time.
Spoiler: Canada is not U.S.A North.
I still want to do so many things. And I’m beginning to understand that my time is limited.
Like most camping trips, winter camping can have peripheral activities. There’s ice fishing, and cross country skiing and snow shoeing. We opted for the latter. I’d been snowshoeing a few times before. It requires the use of different muscle groups, that can be awkward for the less experienced. Poles are definitely required, for me. WeContinue reading “Winter Camping: The Hike”
The memory of the fire from the previous night motivated me enough to get up to build another.
Eventually you pull yourself away, with an illusion of comfort from the fire’s heat, and head to bed.
Had I been on my own, I wouldn’t have lasted the night.