Well, we finally did it. Ever since the bay froze over completely–I don’t know exactly when that was, but I’ve been watching people make the crossing on snowmobile for several weeks–I’ve been threatening to walk over to the other side. While I can’t rule out an element of nervousness, I was just waiting for the..
Month: February 2018
Last week while Lady MacBeth and I were out on the ice, I all of a sudden felt my right snow go all floppy. I feared the heel strap or binding lace had failed, but was surprised on inspection to find the metal hinge had broken. It was the last thing I expected to fail…
Canadians are a hardy people, although we are a little prone to exaggerate when it comes to how cold it gets during winter. To hear us talk about it, you’d think December through February was three months of non-stop, hurt-your-face deep freeze. I am not entirely sure why we perpetuate this mythology. Perhaps to discourage..
We are very grateful to publications that feature our book. In the past two weeks, both The Labradorian and Yorkton This Week have published articles about Lady MacBeth Afraid of the Stairs. We’re also gratified by all the positive feedback from readers, including this from Patricia Forster on Amazon.ca. “I bought this book for each..