Good morning. I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas, and are suitably full from all the delicious food that was consumed. I for one have probably put on a further 20lbs. I shall attempt to get rid of this by hiking lots in the spring, but until then I shall enjoy my middle-aged spread. … Continue reading The Frozen North
Hello from a very cold Dome Creek. As per usual, our life here in the wilds, is proving to test our resolve once again. After five months of having no real work, I received a call last week informing me I had a job starting on Friday at the local ski hill. Excellent, just in … Continue reading The Hunter Luck Strikes Again.
Hello everyone. I am bringing you a little Sunday edition of the Our Cabin Life blog. What is he doing, I hear you all ask? Well, I have had a few thoughts running around my head recently. As you are well aware, I have a few things on my mind here in Dome Creek. One … Continue reading Sunday Blog
Happy Thursday everyone. I know I’m a bit early with this week’s post, but this is due to having a busy few days coming up. I wouldn’t want to keep you in suspense, waiting for an update now would I. This week has been rather exciting, due to the fact I released my first ever … Continue reading Podcasts & Christmas Trees
I know its cold outside, but get your coat on, I’m taking you for a walk. It’s a glorious morning here. The sun is shining, and there’s not a cloud in the sky. It’s chilly though at -11 but with the sun rays hitting us it doesn’t feel that cold. Archie and Shylo, (the dogs,) … Continue reading Winter Walks
Good morning, good afternoon, or good evening depending on where you are reading this from. I have been enjoying viewing my reader stats this week, and I’m astonished how far my blog has travelled. I won’t list all the countries as there are too many to mention. I will say to my Japanese readers ありがとうございました, … Continue reading Christmas Spirit
I’m tired very tired. What a hectic week here in the wilderness. The biggest downside to living here is the huge distances we are forced to travel to pop into our local town. If I want a pint of milk you’re looking at a two-and-a-half-hour round trip. This doesn’t include the time taken to purchase … Continue reading A Shout Out To McBride
Lots of snow has hit this week, and has transformed the cabin and surrounding area into a winter wonderland. As I sit here writing this it is snowing very heavily outside. I find it very hard to stop myself from belting out Christmas tunes as I alternate staring out the window and tapping away at … Continue reading Yukon River & Man-flu Troubles
I must apologise for making you all wait two weeks before updating the blog. I can feel the disappointment from here. How have you all coped without my weekly update? All good I hope. There have been several reasons for the lack of updates. The main one being our exceptionally kind neighbours lent me a … Continue reading It maybe late, but I hope it’s worth the wait.
Good afternoon you amazing people. Why amazing? Well because this week I have had a huge increase in people reading my blog. 562 people to be precise, and here I was thinking I was just talking to a few family and friends. I’m a bit shocked if I’m honest. I feel the pressure to up … Continue reading A Wet Week In Dome Creek