Boating

Dog Culture – Donald Graham

This is our dog, in his younger days, sailing on Marsh Lake. Would you not say he has a look of calm, cool and collected. No noise or gas fumes in the air to irritate his sensitive senses. Our dog is 14 years old, now, but still going strong as old dogs can. Maybe it’s …

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West Dawson Time

I’m not sure where the second week of freeze up has gone. After the protracted nature of my preparations, the flurry of activity upon arrival, and the pleasantly systematic organization of the cabin once here, time itself has taken on a different feel. Maybe it was the sudden transition from fall to winter that came …

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Wind’s Abaft the Beam, Pt.1

Impetuous. Reckless. Hasty. That’s how my partner John and I ended up in Victoria, British Columbia in early June last year, purchasing a sailboat when our plans had been to spend the month backpacking in Kluane. Instead, we spent June gripped with a fear that shed pounds off our frames quicker than any backpacking trip. …

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