November 13 2019

Living With Wildlife – Steve Wilson

A black-faced, cinnamon, black bear with very long ears seen crossing the road in southern Yukon on June 15th. Camera: Nikon D7200 [box] We invite you to share your photos of Yukon wildlife. Email your high-resolution images with a description of what’s going on and what camera equipment you used to [email protected][/box]

Online connections

In the old days–good or otherwise–interpersonal connections were via letter or phone or face-to-face. Now there are any number of interactions that can take place online and can lead to connections with real people. For example, Facebook, where you can use your trigger finger to like what you see. You may get a momentary buzz of …

Online connections Read More »

In praise of those who actually know what they’re doing

This morning, Kyle showed up with his bulging leather tool belt, his cordless shop vacuum, and a clutch of 16x25x1 furnace filters. It’s one of those annual rituals I’ve come to both welcome and dread. As sure as fallen leaves and frosty pumpkins, a visit from Kyle heralds the unofficial beginning of the season that lies …

In praise of those who actually know what they’re doing Read More »

Everything is broken, what a great time to be alive

At She/Ze, Vicki Saunders will take attendees on a journey of shifting our mindset with her mantra: “everything’s broken, what a great time to be alive” When all around you it seems that the world is breaking and that there is nothing any of us can do, Vicki Saunders invites you to realize the power …

Everything is broken, what a great time to be alive Read More »

Dog Culture – Robert Stitt

Here is Meeka Mike, a Canadian Eskimo Dog from Churchill, Manitoba, out for a stroll in her new home in the Yukon. The second photo is Meeka Mike and all grown up a year later. [box] Meet our dogs, they live for us, we live for them, the Yukon would not be the Yukon without …

Dog Culture – Robert Stitt Read More »

Yukon See It Here – Charun Stone

This is a photo of the northern lights over Frances Lake that I took back in September. (Naturally Charun on Facebook) [box] We invite you to share your photos of Yukon life. Email your high-resolution images with a description of what’s going on and what camera equipment you used to [email protected][/box]

Kanye: barn cat turned baby whisperer

Kanye eased his way into our lives like a comfortable habit that’s hard to break. He was a barn cat on my parents’ farm in rural Ontario. A big, orange, fluffy, and very handsome cat. It all started with him nonchalantly passing by the cabin we had just moved into.

Scroll to Top