where I live
Last week we were surprised by a warm northern day of -1°C(30°F) weather. The skies were blue between cotton puffs and the sun smiley. I walked to the post office.
Here is a little of my town:
Outside of the frame to the left is the Explorer Hotel. The rock is part of the Canadian Shield which is everywhere and any old where.
Halfway home and looking up. The brown house to the left behind the trees was built by Mark's dad in the early 1970s. I've never been inside because it no longer belongs to him.
This is my where I live. From here I look at trees and snow, and ravens surfing the slipstreams. In fact, I am looking this very moment but for the ravens. They are elsewhere today - plotting maniacally, I'm sure. I am also looking at our tandem bike leaning against the balcony rail, having settled in for a long winter's nap with snowcaps on the seats as proof.