For the past month, Christmas lights have reflected off Lake Lagarge. Last year along the lights trail, it was slippery from ice after an overdose of snow. Continue reading Christmas lights around the lake
While the rest of Canada freezes, we on the West Coast complain when the temperature drops to a mere zero. More years than not, the low lands don’t even receive more than a day or two of snow. Continue reading West Coast Winter
Valletta, Malta’s capital city, was a masterpiece of stone buildings with shuttered windows to keep out the glare during the hot, dry summers. The main street was full of restaurants and shops where people ambled past. Wherever we walked, it wasn’t long before we’d catch a glimpse of the sea between buildings.