Tag Archives: Yellowknife Houseboats

My Multi-sport Commute

I felt like I was in a Multi-sport race today. Actually I was just on my way to work. But there were startling similarities. Event one was the kayak ride from the houseboat to the dock. I had a stiff … Continue reading

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Midnight in the Garden

Suddenly its summer again.  The ice is gone, and the lake is once again water – beautiful, inviting, friendly, lapping against the metal pontoons of our houseboat, singing to us all day long.  The boats are back on the water … Continue reading

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Shift

Musings on the connections and lessons of my environment of melting ice and what is happening in the larger world. Finding my way.
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Winter on Houseboat Bay

I have a bunch of fun photos I’ve taken over the last month or so.  There is no real theme to this post, just some local shots that illustrate the interesting things there are to see here in Houseboat Bay … Continue reading

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In Search of Quiet Rainbows

A Good Canadian Never Whines. One of my friends has a hand made piece of art, featuring this statement, and an oddly shaped maple leaf.  One of her long passed great uncles created it, and it hangs prominently in her … Continue reading

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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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