We headed over to Eastern Passage to try and beat the heat, it didn’t work, it was hot there too, but the breeze and beach was nice . I’ve found AllTrails hit or miss lately, but this little trail was exactly what we were looking for – Tanner Trail on AllTrails. It was a quiet […]
Up until March of last year I did a lot of travelling for work. Before our oldest was born that travelling included a lot of time back in Spokane, WA and all over the PNW or the inland empire as some call it. After they were born I stuck closer to home, but there were […]
We took a quick trip to Lawrencetown beach this weekend. I picked this one for the lack of sand and lots of surf. The lack of sand meant the kids didn’t get full of it. I enjoy listening to the waves and especially the sound the rocks make when the wave recedes, its like a […]
There was a lot of walking around this weekend. We started the weekend at the market to pick up a few staples for the week. We always order ahead and we ate in and out in no time at all. Wandering around the park I came across this buggy, make it electric and I want […]
I’ve been trying to sell our car for the last couple weeks. Its not as old as this one was in 2010, but 2010 is the year I bough it. Dealerships won’t look at it even though it is in great shape and has very low mileage. It will make a great car for someone, […]
This is another throwback to 2010 on a beautiful October trip to the Bowl and Pitcher in Spokane, Wa.
Yesterday Lorraine (@ihearthestia) tweeted a short thread about Montana which immediately brought back my time there. My very first hydro project, and my first project in Montana was at Mystic Lake, MT. The penstock (big pipe) ran from the lake to the powerhouse along the side of the mountain, about 3.5km, and then dropped into […]
Earlier in March we had a couple amazing days where we thought spring was here early. I took the baby for a nap/walk and saw bunch of people enjoying the beautiful day. Then we had a dump of snow on the 19th, the last day of winter. It was for the birds. Spring is here […]