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Early Autumn in the Cascade Mountains

Back in September, I spent a few days in the north Cascade Mountains.  While I live in a province of mountains, I had never been to this region before.  Fall comes early in the mountains, and the leaves of the aspens … Continue reading

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And Through the Mountains

As last month’s trip to the prairies drew to a close, we turned westwards.  The prairies began to be replaced by forests of aspen, pine, spruce, and tamarack – a small corner of the boreal forest that covers most of the northernmost … Continue reading

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Shaped by the Land

How does the landscape influence our lives and personalities?  How would I be different if I had grown up in a tropical rainforest, on Arctic tundra, or in a large city?  Although I don’t know to what extent the landscape … Continue reading

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