"From afternoon chats and much research comes the tenderly written and hugely inspiring Sanctuary: The Story of Naturalist Mary Majka, a biographical jaunt that takes readers on a journey spanning decades, continents, wars and resettlement."
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The pavement curves on ahead as I travel Route 915 from Riverside-Albert toward Alma. It’s a quiet, scenic highway with narrow shoulders, the kind that begs me to slow down and enjoy the scenery. Not a road for people in … Continue reading
Of Moose and Magnificence: Mount Carleton Provincial Park © 2009 Deborah Carr “If it’s moose you’re wanting to see, you’d best head up to Bathurst Lake in the early evening.” Dale is one of those local characters you are … Continue reading