Monthly Archives: October 2011

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

This weekend, Whitehorse hosted the BreakOut West Festival: over 50 of Western Canada’s finest performers will make their way to the Yukon at 10 venues in downtown Whitehorse. $20 for the weekend pass. LOVED IT! Discovered really talented bands such … Continue reading

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

It’s been a few days now that I’m a volunteer in a shelter for animals so I thought I should mention it to you: MAE BACHUR ANIMAL SHELTER. Located in -what I call- the « industrial » zone of the city, the … Continue reading

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

Yesterday was one of those difficult days ; when nightfall showed up I burst into tears without warning. Face buried in my pillow to stifle my sobs, I fell asleep from exhaustion. I hate those nights, when sleep is sparse and … Continue reading

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Her name is Bernadette ; Bernie for short. She’s wearing a redish blood tunic, rather neat for her age, infinitely spacious, and -thank god- automatic. It’s morning on october 9th and from the sky are falling tiny snowflakes. Bernie is taking … Continue reading

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

Being away from what we’re used to is not an easy task. Losing our routine. Having to rebuild ourselves. Dealing with failure. Accepting to be forgotten. Making a fresh start. Admitting our mistakes. Starting all over again with a clean … Continue reading

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

Kluane Lake, Kathleen Lake, St Elias Lake. All three located in Kluane National Park, about two hours drive from Whitehorse. “Kluane” means “lake full of fish” in Tutchone language, the Aboriginal community in the Yukon. This park is protected and … Continue reading