Month: May 2013

Romina in front of stone wall

Tending The Garden You Have

I have a special property. It’s close to the village and a mile in from the sea. The house sits on a hill and the 2 and half acres slopes from dry to wet, from woodland to road. Its open lawn centre curves between salmonberry stands and sour cherry trees, and the property ascends into a thin border of fir… Read more →

The Great Court

Where Does Democracy Start?

I won’t lie. I held the news at bay till Wednesday morning. That was the earliest I was ready to receive election results. I can’t say hearing a 4th term for the BC Liberal party didn’t made my heart sink just a bit but I wasn’t really surprised. Whatever the polls said. I grew up in the west and know… Read more →