Monthly Archives: November 2014

Stranger Than Fiction

I stumbled across an article recently in the local press about the so called “reality” show, Ice Lake Rebels, entitled Why Are So Few Houseboaters on the Ice Lake Rebels?  I found it interesting and wanted to share it with … Continue reading

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Reading List

I wanted to share a few books in my reading pile right now.  In that strange way that life has of throwing things in your path, again and again and again, until you wake up and take notice, these books … Continue reading

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Wild Things

When I was first thinking about what to call this blog, one of my ideas was a line from a Wendell Berry poem – I come into the peace of wild things.  That well describes the little adventure I had … Continue reading

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Winter Reality

Yesterday the dogs and I returned home from our southern sojourn, and as planned, we successfully missed the freeze up on Great Slave Lake.  We were lucky though – it came 9 days later this year and the ice only … Continue reading

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See Ya Later Honey

It’s the freeze up season again, that horrible time of year when you forget all the wondrous times living on a floating house, and instead begin to question if all this craziness is actually worth it. This year I made … Continue reading

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