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Wildlife beyond words

June 23 Words can’t describe the honor and thrill of our wildlife sightings – a gray wolf, black bears, a bull moose, stone sheep, bison, and even a mother grizzly nursing her cubs.

Huge ice cliffs in Hudson Bay

June 22 Perception is not reality. That ice cliff on the horizon isn’t really there. One of my last duties before leaving for this summer sabbatical was to speak at our Honors Convocation as part of commencement weekend.  The title I chose for my talk was Ensuring Perception is Not Reality.  I reminded our graduates [...]

Where the Churchill River meets Hudson Bay

June 20  In the Polar zone, the assault is immediate and sudden and, unlike the insidious fatality of hot countries, produces its results rapidly. –Elisha Kent Kane, Arctic Explorer

On the wilderness train to Hudson Bay

June 18  We all arrived in different ships, but we are in the same boat now. — Martin Luther King, Jr. A long journey fosters new friendships.