Category Archive for 'Sabrina'

the empty chair

Sunday, September 6th, 2009

There’s a new post up at my travel blog, Journey to the Center.

return to the redwoods – part 3

Sunday, January 18th, 2009

There is a new post up at my travel blog Journey to the Center.

we carry on

Thursday, September 18th, 2008

First — Thanks everyone, for the wonderful stories, and remembrances which so many of you shared in the post about the passing of my husband, Don. It was great being able to read through your comments to see how Don’s life touched each of you. I encourage anyone who wishes, to add to the comments, […]

snow update

Saturday, March 8th, 2008

As of yesterday, the Environment Canada data website indicates that we’ve had 373.7 cm (147.12 inches, or, if you prefer, 12.26 feet) of snowfall in Ottawa this winter. As of yesterday, the site shows 56 cm. (22.04 inches) of snow on the ground. I don’t know where they’re measuring that, but it is *a lot* […]

how deep is the snow?

Thursday, February 28th, 2008

Yes, two posts in one day. Chalk it up to me finally getting my photo editing software working again (see previous post from this a.m.). In the comments to my February 9th post, Wayne from Niches asked: Snow! Take pictures of snow for your poor sweltering neighbors far to the south who only want a […]

late summer insect activity

Wednesday, September 19th, 2007

a pair of Ambush Bugs (Phymata) in deep gold coloration of late summer If it seems that I’ve been a little quiet lately, it’s true. As mentioned a few days back, after a hot, humid summer, I’ve been taking advantage of the cooler weather to do some house repairs and garden work. I’m just about […]

one of our traditions

Friday, September 7th, 2007

“I smell a dinosaur!” Some of you may remember that I wrote about the Joggins Fossil Cliffs last year during our almost-annual trip to Nova Scotia. Check out that post if you want to get more of a feel for the place. I posted a panorama photo and some other shots that give a better […]