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Folk Art in the Forest

Peace, Clarity and Open-Mindedness

Looking out my window at pristine snow, there are no human footprints on the forest floor. White, frosty, elemental, shadow. I can only imagine that similar images influence the spectacular work of Mark Preston.Mark...

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Creativity Runs Strong

Artistic genius runs in the de Repentigny family.Halin de Repentigny agrees. Over the phone, he said his dad loved to draw – he was always drawing something. De Repentigny’s mom loved music.Today the genius continues with Halin...

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Chalk It Up

I had a great chat recently with Heidi Loos.  She is organizing the first Yukon Chalk Art Festival for Unlikely Events Yukon.  The Festival will run June 11 and 12, 2016, 10 am. to 5 pm. at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre...

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Community Knitting

22,360 stitchesan average sized pair of hand knit socksI knit in the morningI knit at nightI knit in my caronly at a red light.I recently had my blood pressure and heart rate checked. When I told my sister my heart rate at rest...

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The Beauty of Icelandic Socks

Blönduós is a small town situated at the mouth of River Blanda, in northwest Iceland. Iceland is largely an Arctic desert punctuated by mountains, glaciers, geysers, hot springs, volcanoes and waterfalls. Most of the vegetation...

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Next Stop, Serab

I love to travel; seeing new places, meeting new people. Experience, after all is priceless.I also love to knit. Imagine my delight when I purchased Silk Road Socks by Hunter Hammersen, with 93 pages of history and knitting. The...

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