Monthly Archives: August 2011

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

  Breath taken, once more. Because of tiredness due to the climb of one the mounts of Fish Lake valley -situated at 1400 meters of altitude- but more because of the beauty of this landscape in front of me. Last … Continue reading

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

I’m lucky to have behing “my” house tons of paths and three little lakes. Every day, I’m wandering around, on an unknown path, to discover my new surroundings. Sometimes I get lost in the meanderings of a forest during twilight, … Continue reading

Saturday, August 27th, 2011

You know you’re in Whitehorse when: – you meet more bears than hikers when hiking, or at least you are more aware of the presence of bears than of hikers with some evidence, such as footprints or droppings; – you … Continue reading

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Claude and I went to the top of Grey Mountain, the nearest surrounding mountains, at 1500 meters of altitude. My lungs reprimanded me after the first meters, my legs added their complaints a little further on the path. This is … Continue reading

Sunday, August 21st, 2011

Tears trouble my nights. In the darkness of my room, every night, my last moments in France come back to me. Like birds signs of ill omens, there are haunting me. You are haunting me. It has now been a … Continue reading

Saturday, August 20th, 2011

It’s 3:15am when my bus finally reaches his destination: Whitehorse, Yukon. Among those three days spent in the bus, the last ten hours were the most interesting: caribous, mountain goats, black bears, bisons… West Canadian welcomed me by presenting a … Continue reading