Have you ever wrote a letter to a house? Where were you when you realized you were deeply in love? When was the first time you felt Home? Have you ever wrote a letter to a house?
Today had us twirling and dancing in the kitchen, skipping and hollering during our hikes, and singing in the shower, too. We are bathing in a deep sea of relief and diving into our expanding inner peace – though it took some time and many tears to get here.
35mm images taken throughout late 2019 and 2020, just recently developed. From a trip to Berg and some viewpoints of Mt. Robson.
When I was sixteen I told my parents that I desperately desired to live off the grid and find resources to build an earthship that could become a healing center for the collective. They looked at me much like this : 🥴😳🤨
I wanted to set an intention to spend more time outdoors this year, as last year I stopped hiking in August and I’ve missed being in the back country so much. Summit is now old enough to join us on some longer struts, like going to Kinney – so that’s how we started our firstContinue reading “BLT, winter wonderland”
I’ve stood up to many of my fears, really not until more recently in my life, starting with taking my first flight in 2017. When Curt and I lived at Yellowhead fulltime, there was a period of time where I was staying there alone while Curt was on shift (up the mountain for 8 daysContinue reading “Being Brave”
We started our year in Newfoundland. We were house sitting a B&B and caring for five cats during a six week span, from November 2019 to January 2020. We welcomed the new year with Wreckhouse Winds and crippling anxiety to get back on the ferry home (a story for another day). There really is notContinue reading “The Circle of 2020”
Serenity arrives in the form of candle light greeting the dawn of day before the sun does. It is writing in my journal in the dark of early morning peering through frozen window panes. I reach into the momentary increases, the subtle inching of new day light. There are not many sounds in winters symphony,Continue reading “State of Resonance”
In short, 1. Yellowhead, built est 1920, abandoned est 1954. Refurbished and Homestead 2018. | 2. Green 4Runner. Across BC and Back. North and Back. Across Canada and Back. Many camping trips in-between.