Those who travel know how very inspiring it can be, in fact for many it leads them into some sort of creative process. This certainly is the case for me. As a writer one of the greatest gifts is the Read on! →
I did something different this weekend. I made a concerted effort to stay and play outdoors in the cold. Plus I chose where I thought would be a beautiful winter playground, Waskesiu in Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan. I couldn’t have been Read on! →
I had the pleasure of enjoying my first African massage yesterday with my colleague Debra Chatterton. I highly recommend this little bit of pleasure when exploring the rural outback of Uganda.
Everywhere you go in Uganda an expression often heard is “you are most welcome here.” This certainly applies to all of the wonderful hosts that we have had over the past week. Ugandans are very gracious hosts to say the Read on! →
Today is a day I will never forget. Although it was difficult I will cherish it for so many reasons. Those first world jokes we pass around and laugh off – over it. You don’t know first world problems unless Read on! →
November 24/2012 I have prepared a little photo essay from today and will try to expand on today’s experience a little later on as I am admittedly exhausted. The day was spent in briefs preparing us for the upcoming visits Read on! →
It’s a trend that can be seen across the province. Areas, neighbourhoods, towns and cities of Saskatchewan have experienced record growth, rejuvination and revitilization. Why? Well, with a leading economy comes a healthy increase in population growth. People have been drawn to our Read on! →
I am off on a new adventure, monthly. A great one at that. I am stoked to writing a monthly travel piece (and providing photography) for a great Saskatchewan publication, PINK (http://www.getcompass.ca/home/pink-magazine/latest-issue/.) The articles will cover towns/cities and areas in Saskatchewan Read on! →