Category: Journaling

Done, Did, Done – Week’s End

Week’s end – all that one could do, done … and then some. Will Brady frets Bob Dylan’s Buckets of Rain – instrumental and blue, music with which to wash the week’s residue away. Time to park oneself, for a time, and to look… Continue Reading “Done, Did, Done – Week’s End”

Re-tasking a Vehicle – Its Promise

Perhaps the most interesting feature of vehicle restoration is the re-tasking of a vehicle and its parts. Fenders, engines, radiators and transmissions are swapped out as one fails and another usable one is found to be used in its place. A three-quarter ton truck… Continue Reading “Re-tasking a Vehicle – Its Promise”

The Cargo – A Book or A Ford’s

A truck has as its intended purpose that of providing its owner with the opportunity of carrying or moving a payload from point of origin to an intended destination. A book does something similar, transporting its reader from point of origin or initial setting… Continue Reading “The Cargo – A Book or A Ford’s”

Fire and Heart

Images and narrative speaking to the heart of Life – this homestead served a family for a time, a family living from the land.  The home building, the cabin was certainly heated through the cold of winter and night by wood in a wood… Continue Reading “Fire and Heart”

325 – 152nd Street East, Tacoma, Washington

One of the bigger treats for me in visiting Seattle, Washington this Easter was something my wife and daughter allowed me to do on the Thursday before we returned to Canada, something that they joined me in. That Thursday morning, we drove from Seattle… Continue Reading “325 – 152nd Street East, Tacoma, Washington”

Twin Lakes – Roadscape

Distances travelled within Canada’s vast landscape are huge. Travel along its roadways demands commitment to best use of drive time between point of origin and destination so you get where you are going and so you enjoy where you got yourself to. Within this… Continue Reading “Twin Lakes – Roadscape”

Capturing Experience As Fact

At an age when wearing glasses assists me in my day, my experience of working with a camera through to editing an image often is about revisiting subject and context to see what else is there; it is actual re-view (review). The process is… Continue Reading “Capturing Experience As Fact”

Vale Island – At the Corner of 100th St. and 102nd Ave. NW

On Vale Island, part of the old Hay River town site, at the wooded corner of 100th Street and 102nd Avenue, if you look into the trees of the northwest corner the sight you’ll see is that of four or five derelict wooden boats… Continue Reading “Vale Island – At the Corner of 100th St. and 102nd Ave. NW”

Dormant – More than a Winter Season

As a journaling exercise I might look to today’s events or surroundings to see what, if any, forgotten life themes are lurking deep within. I’d open my attention to that thing in my day that draws attention and focus, and, I’d work backward through… Continue Reading “Dormant – More than a Winter Season”

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