Holes In The Ice

The Song I Live By

This last Friday was one of those days where truth is stranger than fiction, one of those days where events arise and collide in ways that make you believe in irony, fate, destiny and the urgent need to celebrate every moment of this precious lifetime.

Before I tell you what happened, I need to tell you about the weather and the state of the ice on Great Slave Lake, as it places a big part in the events of the day.  (I’ve vowed to stop blogging about the weather , but it seems its part of everything that happens up here.)  It turns out we moved to Yellowknife just in time for one of the longest winters ever.  It only ended last week.  Last week was the first week in which we’ve had any consistent temperatures above zero, and if you can believe it, it is raining today.  (Or as…

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