June - July 2106
In This Issue
In the olden days, I used to double-dig my small garden every Victoria Day weekend.
The valley of Silvern Creek cuts deliciously into the heart of a mountain knot just west of Smithers
Among the land-knowledge holders of northern BC, Neil J. Sterritt is a central one, both culturally and geographically.
There’s something inherently cheerful about a rainbow, which is why it’s so often associated with happy things.
Fly fishing can take you to some of the most beautiful places in our great outdoors
This summer, we challenge you to plan a musical road trip to somewhere new
When you tuck in behind the wheel on your next journey along a northern BC highway, there’s a pretty good chance you will already have your favourite pit stops planned out.
It’s a well-worn cliché that the Inuit have dozens of words for snow.
If a northern gardener is going to be caught bragging, chances are good that it will be about their tomatoes.
I’m not blonde, nor a natural redhead. I don’t have freckles or blue eyes. I grew up in the desert sun of the Okanagan Valley and spent most of my winter vacations in Maui or Mexico.
Peaveys, Pickaxes & other Perfect-for-the-Job Implements: Nostalgia for heritage gardening equipment
With amazing vigour, the rootstock for my Montmorency pie cherry sent suckers across the yard into the garden.
On days when work and life and everything that’s crazy in the universe converge at a singularity inside my head, I get overwhelmed to the point of having trouble speaking.