The great reset disconnect… It has been pointed out that a spruce tree is a better survivor in an ice storm than is, to pick an example, a poplar, and why is that so? The boughs of the spruce sweep downwards and are designed to flex under load, and so, their load of ice and snow, when… Read more
It is time, at least at this latitude, to relax with a nice hot cup beside a good-sized stove, and think about what i’d like to do to those mischievous imps who are laughing their overlord heads off at the gullibility of a public so hopped up on MSM that they are mortified at the… Read more
Pandemic practise does have it’s side benefits it seems, as a couple of enjoyable days spent with my lovely daughter demonstrated recently. On the first day we visited my old fishing grounds and returned with a few nice pike fillets, which, after removing the fillets and the y-bones from the fillets, we put through the… Read more
Back in 1998 when we first moved into Teslin, Yukon, the sight of the bridge covered in recreational vehicles was not at all unusual. Often, three, four or five large rvs would occupy the bridge at a time, many with trailers, some the length of the pulling rv would jockey for passing space on the… Read more
I learned some excellent lessons back in 1980 which have made a big difference in my decision-making ability, and even though i have made a lot of terrible decisions in the intervening years, there are still a few lessons i have not forgotten, and doubt i ever will… The winter of 1980 was a bad… Read more
“when a bit of sunshine hits ye, after passing of a cloud; when a bit of laughter hits ye, and yer spine is feelin’ proud; don’t forget to up and fling it, at a soul that’s feelin’ blue; fer the minute that ya fling it, it’s a boomerang fer yew!” Demi and Clarke were pretty… Read more
shortened attention spa In a recently-released study by the LLL Institute (low level learning) it was determined that people in general cannot maintain focus on a monologue which lasts longer than 30 minutes. According to senior fellow Douglas Martens, it was determined that after only ten minutes of his informative dissertations on any topic, listeners… Read more
While it is true that there has always been a gap between the privileged and the less so, the time has come to recognize that our present system of central banks printing debt from thin air and charging interest on it with no possible means of repayment of the debt or the interest built into… Read more
Went out on a hike today. I covered about 5 miles or so, 8 kms for you kanuckistanian readers out there. It’s just a neat experience to see the trail going past with the sunlight streaming through the branches, the snow crunching loudly underfoot, catching a glimpse of a mouse trail, pine marten tracks, lynx… Read more
My family made the move back to the north in 1998. It was fall when we arrived. The winter snows began to fall in September, just as they did in my earlier treks to the north in the early 1980’s. Because my work inevitably takes me out on the land, and this is totally… Read more
2020 hindsight Predictions are easy, except when they are about the future. One thing we can all be totally sure of: the future is uncertain. There is no time like the present to review the past. The reason God made time was so that everything wouldn’t happen at once. The future has always been a… Read more
Check here for periodic updates on fishing conditions, business updates and helpful wilderness tripping tips!
- the great… disconnect
- burning questions
- the berry-pickin’ fool
- now what?
- you could learn a lot from starvation! I did.
- after midnight…
- low level learning: report
- fiat is finished
- here’s what separates the men from the boys!
- weatherin’ the weather
- 2020 hindsight
- looking forward
- fishermen are the best people
- nature calls
- currently in the river
- its not about the fish
- currently in canoeing
- land of two seasons
- February 17th, 2018
- time to work!
- reminiscing about the future
- down time!
- unsend button installed
- the misguided guide guiding the guided
- its common enough for things to go poorly at first
- what do you do in the winter?
- hard to believe
- currently, on the rivers
- what the yukon means to me
- may 22, 2016
- what’s on the menu?
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