a creek runs along the bottom of the ravine behind our house – cutting a deep gash that is often completely overgrown by grass and brush.
Me, presenting the “Identity in the Open Classroom” session for the From Courses to Dis/course: Exploring the Future of Courses online conference. I picked a topic that I’ve been thinking about, but hadn’t done much with, so it gave me a chance to pour through … Continue readingpresenting
the valley is turning green – buds on all of the trees and bushes, and rusty brown beginning to disappear.
the amur bing choke cherry tree in front of our house is finally budding. spring? hopefully.
I guessed at the starting point before, and was wrong. Looks like the Alberta ride starts at the Deerfoot Casino, then must head down Deerfoot to 22X then west to 22 before shooting south. Here’s the route, complete with the elevation profile: Elevation Gain: 1555 … Continue readingRide to Conquer Cancer route
I’m 2 weeks ahead of my pace from 2008, but I still need to pour it on to build up endurance for the Ride to Conquer Cancer.
I finally filled up my old Moleskine – after working in it for over 2 years. Time to start a fresh one, and put the old one on the shelf next to the others…
I spent Mother’s Day volunteering to help with the Shrine Circus as a Marshal – sitting next to an emergency exit to make sure it’s safe to run the show.
Evan watches the circus, enjoying the clowns and acrobats. The Batman facepaint was probably his favourite part of the circus – didn’t want to wash it off before bed.