Hello everyone, I know, I know its been a while. Don’t fret though I am back. I have been under the weather for around four weeks now, and have struggled to pretty much do anything, let alone sit down and type out anything vaguely worth publishing. I have had some form of virus which left … Continue reading I’m Back
This week’s blog is being brought to you from an exceptionally cold Dome Creek. The last few days have seen the temperature dip below -20oC and this morning was a bone chilling -30oC. Which is colder than a witches’ tit, and only mildly warmer than Donald Trump’s heart. All of this means, that my wood … Continue reading A Cold Week In Dome Creek
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
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