Thursday, April 09, 2009

Inukshuk on the horizon


I've been terrible at writing lately. I don't even have Waywayup's excuse of spring fever. I guess I just haven't been on this 'puter much and I haven't taken too many pictures.

Yesterday I could have kicked myself. I walked to the airport across the lake at sunset and it was beautiful and my Camera was not with me. No promises for posts or pictures this week. I'm resurrecting my thesis for Easter and I'm going to try and finish my draft even it if makes me crazy. My plans are for being completely antisocial. Today is tie-up loose ends day.

The photo was taken in Rankin en route to the regional science fair. I'm very drawn to the idea of Inuksuit - there is something very appealing about them. Hopefully, this spring and next fall I'll be able to get out more and see some more traditional ones.

But first... I have a thesis to finish.... and my bonus is if I finish it this week I get to have a summer vacation and if I don't I get to spend another summer inside with my computer wishing that I was hiking, gardening, camping, visiting friends, driving 2 lane undivided highway in northern Ontario or even maybe dirtroading it up the Dempster - looking forward to the experience of changing a tire in a trackless wilderness under the midnight sun.... as suggested as a highlight by Up Here magazine.....

See... lots of motivation.
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4 Comments:

Blogger Matt, Kara and Hunter said...

Do the Dempster and make sure to stop in Faro for a visit!!

4:42 PM  
Blogger Jennith said...

LOL.. I wouldn't miss it... it would almost be like meeting celebraties.... :D I'll remember to pack something hard to get in the north with me.

6:23 PM  
Blogger Wonder Woman! said...

Yes... finishing is awesome! :) You can do it!!! :D motivation is useful!
:D

6:53 PM  
Blogger Jackie S. Quire said...

Very nice picture... an "alternative" take on our inukshuk. Normally photos come from the other side, but I like yours much better :)

4:38 PM  

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