Rolling with the punches and keeping it local

I've learned a great many things from my years of long hikes and cycle tours, but perhaps one of the most important is to roll with the punches. You can make all the plans you want, but if you aren't able to adapt to what the environment, other people, and your own body throw at … Continue reading Rolling with the punches and keeping it local

Update from base camp

Yesterday was the first significant snowfall here at my new home on the East Shore of Kootenay Lake. Even though most of it has melted, it serves as a reminder that winter is on its way. And also a reminder that an update is overdue. Mid-summer, after tying up my parents' affairs in Victoria (which … Continue reading Update from base camp