April - May 2014
Spring is bustin' out all over! Finally. Photo by Dan Moore. To see more of Dan's work, go to www.mortussee.jalbum.net
In This Issue
This is a wonderful set of trails that melt out early.
Like many who move to the North, I wanted to live closer to the land.
My fascination with bluebirds began in spring 1977.
With much recent talk about oil, gas, pipelines and dams in northern BC, it’s possible to completely miss the North’s unique energy potentials.
Proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects would run pipelines clear across the North.
“So what exactly is food security?”
Mmm… smooth, creamy, stinky cheese.
I remember distinctly the first time I saw a wolf outside a wildlife enclosure.
The community of Summit Lake has a long and chequered history.
Feb. 6, 4 p.m. Smithers: -16 C, clear, with the slightest breath of wind at 0.5 metre/second from the northwest. PM2.5 is 34 micrograms per cubic metre.
Driving home from work I travel the back road; it’s long and straight with fallow fields fringed with forest on either side.
Ken Belford’s Internodes (Talonbooks, 2013) is about 13 by 20 cm and light enough to mail cheaply across the continent.