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A Big Day At The Big House

A Big Day At The Big House

Summer Cultural Celebrations This past couple of months have been especially busy with travelling to Vancouver for my Canadian Citizenship Ceremony, continuing to purge my belongings, thinking about where I am going to be travelling to/ working/ living after I finish work at the end of June, and of course getting started on report cards for 7 classes so there hasn’t been much time to write a detailed post (nor to do much worth writing about!). Thankfully there has been…

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Soapstone Carving With Michael Manyeagles

Soapstone Carving With Michael Manyeagles

I don’t know who was more excited, me or the children, when Michael Manyeagles visited the Ashern Early Years School to share with us a bit about his craft and to give us the opportunity to try it out for ourselves.  I must admit to having been eagerly awaiting his visit for a while because I just love the beautiful soapstone pieces that I have seen in various craft fairs and local markets (the Forks for example) and was interested…

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Well, I’ll be Damned!

Well, I’ll be Damned!

I cannot express my disbelief upon hearing the tales of execution this week.  All I can say is I am glad I’m not an animal living in these parts.  Hunters show no mercy towards any creature no matter how great or small!  You only have to glance along the highway to realise that the locals do not think twice about mowing down the wildlife.  You could pick up a rather large variety of road-kill, ranging from raccoons to deer!  On…

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