Month: October 2014

  • Ottawa – a homeschool playground

    Hunter and I extended our usual Ontario trip by 5 days and headed eastwards to Ottawa to kick off the school year and immerse ourselves in all things Canadian History and Government related. We talked Grandma Lynne into joining us for the week and kicked things off by venturing four hours east down the rails […]

  • There is something for everyone in Tofino

    We have just spent another glorious week in Tofino – also fondly referred to as “my happy place”. It never disappoints and each visit seems to get better and better, even in the variable weather. Over the past 20 years we have been here eight times and these visits have ranged from campground (no amenities) […]

  • How easy it is to slide back into “old normals”…

    Weather in the Yukon for the past three weeks has not been great  – it’s been hovering around the zero mark and we had snow on September 30th. We’ve been out for a few walks outside but there has been very little “playing” outside. There has been a lot of inside time and more focus […]