I love the photos in Dane’s blog, illustrating the beautiful traditional clothing that folks are still wearing in the Arctic.   I think they are very stylish and fashionable, and I just love the way the traditional clothing is an improvement on our modern and high tech stuff.  Sometimes wisdom is wisdom.  Dane as it turns out, is a fellow Nelsonite having a northern experience, in this case, WAAYYYYYYY north.

Dane & Patty's Adventures North of 60

BlizzardI started this blog two days ago, deciding that the topic, ‘weather’, was appropriate for a place that has so much of it! I got side tracked, ironically, by a blizzard! Go figure! So today I am resuming amid clear blue skies with the blizzard a vague memory.

Winter, of course, is a time when weather is often a major factor so the keys to comfort are planning and dressing appropriately. Before I dress for my 5-minute walk to work each morning, I check the weather network to see if there is a blizzard or wind chill warning. The news determines what ‘extras’ I might need to carry or whether I should wait a bit longer before leaving in case I get a call to tell me of an office closure. Last year there were nine!

As most of you know, Patty and I love the outdoors and, in winter…

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About Tandi

I love my morning coffee, reading, the wilderness, paddling, poetry, my Spanish husband, and being a doctor. I also love writing my blog, and reading yours.
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2 Responses to

  1. Dane Allison says:

    I’m honoured that you have reblogged my post and I agree with your comments about clothing and wisdom. 😉

  2. shoreacres says:

    Enjoyed the the blog and subscribed. Thanks for making us aware of it!

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