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Beauty in Gloom

In this persistent gloom, one still finds subtle beauty. The rain on this tree hung like diamonds.  Accasional gleams of light made interesting effects. A hint of sun in the fog, but that was all we had.The pond had been … Continue reading

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Heading south with Ginty’s Ghost

The excessive warming over the latter part of the weekend had melted most of the snow and the road to Vanderhoof and then south from Prince George was mostly bare, except for an hour south of Quesnel where there was … Continue reading

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On the road with Ginty’s Ghost

Just before I left home, I went to Williams Lake to pick up a Belgian couple who will help Hugo house-sit while I am away.  The first thing was to have a bread-making session.  Hugo is already a competent bread-maker … Continue reading

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Ginty’s Ghost Published

I picked up several copies of the new book, Ginty’s Ghost, from the post office the other day. $21.95 plus 5% gst = 23.04. I just mailed a bunch of books and found that the original $6.00 I quoted is … Continue reading

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September volunteer work at Ginty Creek

Yesterday I took the two volunteers, Camile and Ron, to Williams Lake to catch the bus.  I drove my wobbly van to the garage, and Camille drove the truck.  I left the van for its $2,000 job and so now … Continue reading

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