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A Book Birth Announcement: The Get-Outside Guide to Winter Activities

It’s a book birth announcement. It weighs 14.7 ounces & after 2 years gestation, it is wonderful to finally hold it! It just arrived from the publisher and it’s beautiful. The book, a collaboration with Andrew Foran and Kevin Redmond, … Continue reading

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Paddle2Peaks: Hard Telling, Not Knowing

We’re in Labrador! We’d hoped to fly out today, one day early, but the weather gods did not shine upon that prospect so we explored Goose Bay, Happy Valley, and North West River. Our plan is to fly into Saglek … Continue reading

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TA’s Adventures

TA loves to share expeditions with schools and the community in engaging ways. Recently, TA completed her sixth paddling expedition in Labrador.  This expedition was called the River with Two Names. In April 2019, TA completed another section of the Great … Continue reading

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Wanted: Unconditional Confidence

Howdy, Sunday has rolled around again. After a year’s hibernation, I’m back attending a Buddhist retreat this weekend called, “Wisdom in Everyday Life.” I’m appreciating being back within the community of the Sangha, which has been a critical part of … Continue reading

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TA’s Adventures that Move

“Mountains are both journey and destination. They summon us to climb their slopes, explore their canyons, and attempt their summits. The summit, despite months of preparation and toil, is never guaranteed though tastes of sweet nectar when reached. If my … Continue reading

Booking TA as a Speaker

If you would book TA for a keynote presentation, please please email her using “SPEAKING REQUEST” in the subject line. Please include as much detail about the event in your email as possible (date, place, theme, objectives, size, etc.). TA’s … Continue reading

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Shakedown for the Summit

Happy Snow Day, Sitting here in my chair after an epic climb of Signal Hill to do some gear testing in today’s big blizzard. When I saw the forecast, “Snow at times heavy and blowing snow. Amount 20 cm. Wind … Continue reading

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