Posts Tagged ‘food’

So, Do You Know What You’re Eating for Dinner Tonight?

Somethings, it’s tough to figure out what you’re about to eat for dinner. Joanie and I had that experience in 1986 when we decided to trek the Himalayas along the Mount Everest trail from Lukla to a Buddhist monastery at Thyangboche, about 13,000 feet high in the Himalayas. Passang, our Sherpa guide, was supported by […]


When Mother Nature Decides to Defrost Her Ice Box …

It’s not very often one turns 80. So we decided when it was my turn we’d have a family celebration – a dozen strong – in Calgary and the Canadian Rockies, including Athabasca Glacier. Joanie and I hadn’t been to the Canadian Rockies since 1983, when, in our “younger days,” we weren’t beyond trekking on […]