Photo Challenge: Names On the Northwest Coast of Canada there are hundreds of languages that are being lost or have already been lost. In my small slice of the world people are working hard with elders to record as much of the language as possible, high schools and colleges are offering courses to teach young …
I watched the sun rise at work this morning. It sucks living so north that the sun rises at 8:00am and sets at 4:30pm and the days are only getting shorter. It's great to get to see a magical sunrise each morning though.
Taking the dog for a walk around town.
I have no idea what this building is but it made me think of Star Wars for some reason. Weekly Photo Challenge: Curve
Nothing is quite as pure as freshly fallen snow. If you are really adventurous you can travel inside the glaciers of Iceland and get an up close look at how they are made. The darker layers are the snow that falls and is compacted by more snow. The lighter layer is the melt water that …
These are the numbers of the government building we drive past everyday. Why do places exist where it's 46 Celsius? Also it's only June. Last year in August it reached 55 Celsius. In Canada we travel in the winter to escape the cold. In Kuwait we travel in summer to escape the blistering heat.
The countdown is on until the school year is over. Then the countdown begins to when I meet my parents for our trip to Ireland and Scotland.
There is no water to spare in the dry Wadi Rum desert of Jordan. This tree must fight to gather every drop it can.
Jubilantly Jumping for Joy in Jordan
When I am not travelling or working you can find me sewing. I find Cosplay is a great way to change your face. You can make yourself anyone you want for a little while. I find it lets you step out of your shell and hide in it at the same time.