Tag Archives: canoeing

MY TEETH ARE STRONG

Honour thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long in the land . . . This sentiment comes to mind because I can hear the harvesting machinery ravaging the bush just across the lake from our home. … Continue reading

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IN SYNC WITH SELWYN (Chapter 4 of 6)

4 ̶ Through a Glass Darkly After a hiatus of five years, the haze clears, and I can see my way clear to finish this post. Selwyn Dewdney’s memoir suggests the origin of its title, Daylight in the Swamp. In … Continue reading

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A WRITER’S GOTTA DO WHAT A WRITER’S GOTTA DO

What possesses a couple of writers to venture into wave-swept waters in a tiny canoe in November? Well, why don’t you ask me?  That’s what I did yesterday, with my companion Clarence. Yesterday might have been the last day of … Continue reading

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