I’m back from my surprise hiatus, and I’m super stoked to talk about lowbrow literature with you.Read more "pretentious and tryhard as fuck"
I’m wayyyy too busy lately with moving, work, and general life stuff to put any original thought into this blog. I also bought a brand new Canon EOS Rebel T5, but haven’t gotten a chance to take pictures of anything besides my cat. I’m hoping this will all change by August 15th, when I have […]Read more "Every Canadian Novel Ever"
Sorry I haven’t been updating you guys, I have been really busy! I’ve been working a lot, but also house hunting. 40 house viewings later, I’m just on the cusp of buying my first home… and of course, shit has gone irreparably sideways. But I wanted to share this link with you, because it […]Read more "the ultimate urbex destination"
Sorry I haven’t been posting too much, dudettes. It has been a very busy few weeks! I have been working more than usual, and I’m also taking a university course, so my free time is pretty much devoted to my husbands (and cats) whenever I can manage it. But I have been busy for a […]Read more "a change of scenery"
On the outskirts of Kitimat’s industrial area, in a newly created wasteland, we found this huge tree stump. Its body was lying a few meters away. The rumour is that “they” cleared this area in preparation for the new LNG project, and in the process, cut down this four hundred year old tree… even though it wasn’t […]Read more "The biggest tree"
Kitimat’s worn, utilitarian downtown is scheduled for a facelift as plans are made for the new LNG project. Rumours of other projects by Shell and Enbridge have the real estate market hopping again after years of stagnation. Posters on downtown businesses “down the hill” show hypothetical new digs — glossy new malls, high-rise hotels, and […]Read more "Kitimat’s industrial heart"
Not long ago I was on a sleep-deprived day trip down Highway 37 in northern British Columbia. My travels took me through Gitwangax, also called Kitwanga, an area I’ve probably driven through about 400 times without really stopping to examine much more than the snacks at the gas station. This time was different — I […]Read more "Gitwangax Village"