Cold. Damp. Mysterious. A fog horn sounds: guiding you home. One minute you're walking on a gravel path, the next your enveloped in a thick blanket of grey. Landmarks become useless to the 'eagle eyed' hiker. Experienced walkers lose their bearings. The average person becomes disoriented. A fog horn sounds: guiding you home... Suddenly a … Continue reading Ode to Newfoundland Fog
I love walking. The feeling I get when I venture to new places, like my recent trips to the ocean these past few weeks, is hard to describe. It’s like anticipation and wonder come together, to give an overall excitement for adventure and the unknown. Some people walk to ease their minds. When I walk … Continue reading A Walk to the Sea: Torpedo Nets, Bunkers and the Atlantic Ocean
The wind was a westerly gust coming up from the valley, blowing against my right side. Walking along a rocky cliff, I kept a watchful eye for any branches that might break if I stepped on them, while simultaneously focusing on what lay ahead of me. Cracking a branch would be a sure way to … Continue reading “Got to get yer moose by!” Big Moose, Big Bogs and Falling in a Deep Hole.
Are you struggling right now? You may be climbing an uphill battle that seems like the hill is getting bigger. It could be an addiction, loss of a loved one, a debilitating sickness or any issue you face on a recurring basis. I titled today's blog "Sailing Through The Struggle" not in the sense that … Continue reading Sailing Through The Struggle