Kay Knox

All senses on alert on a small prairie farm

On the final night of our May trip to visit and travel with John’s cousins in southern Saskatchewan last year, I had to retrieve something from the car just before bedtime

A road travelled for all seasons and reasons

Here, in the valley of the North Thompson River, we have many places to go, roads and trails to explore, and wondrous sights to see

City Sightings

Imagine it: some folks love to go to the city to shop! …

Sisters in Guiding celebrate Mothers’ Day

 On Mothers’ Day members of the Girl Guides of Canada entertained mothers,…

Rotary members meet visitors from Bangladesh

Rotary’s full name is Rotary International, and, at a brunch at Wells…

Wells Gray Country Seniors’ Society update

At our AGM in early May a new executive was elected and…

Clearwater Rotary collects for Japan shelter

Thank you, Clearwater, once again, for your generous donations. More than $3000…

Guiding movement converges at ski hill for Nite Trek

Kay KnoxNite Trek is an annual event for members of the Boy…

A nostalgic trip – for friendship’s sake

John and I visited the Kootenays in late March to connect with our friends who still live there - where we spent 25 happy years

Trekking Tales: Just another day in paradise!

"What shall we do today?"

Worthwhile Rotary projects are ongoing

Thousands of residents of Japan are squeezed into evacuation centres as their country continues to deal with this terrible tragedy

Travelling for the aged and ailing

On our way to Hawaii, we were able to visit a friend we have not seen since we left Kaslo nearly five years ago

Animals show confusion in changing habitat

Adapting to circumstances

Remembering our friend and my mentor – Pat Sabiston, part 2

John and I loved the fact that our friend, the late Pat Sabiston, visited with or without an invitation