I am absolutely beside myself - I have never felt so much joy, so much love and so much awe as when I asked my best friend to marry me. Looking up at her smiling face, under the majesty of the shining Aurora, she said yes!@delaneymog, Delaney - you are my world and all of the dancing light in it. I can’t wait to start our next chapter of life together and see what new adventures await us. 12.10.18 - Yellowknife, Canada #love#engaged#bestfriend#northernlights#auroraborealis#yellowknife#nwt#unforgettable#adventure#marryme
It’s Friday!! Warming up the DC-3 for a flight tonight (-29C ). Both Instagram pictures are low light today. The shortest day of the year is a week away. Can’t wait for the days to get longer. It was moon light by 3:30 pm today and Yellowknife is considered south by true northern standards.
Nothing like hearing from happy clients heading into the weekend. Scott and Erin were awesome! If I could right them a testimonial about the cookies that were always out for open houses I would! 🍪 #amazing#yellowknife
So I’m getting kinda behind on sharing work! Which only means one thing. It’s busy which is definitely true. But it also means I’m doing less social media and bit more cuddling and playing with these sweet faces. Merry Christmas season 🤗
Lots of fun, smiling faces and live fiddle music on Trailbreaker this morning.
If you’re in #Yellowknife , come to the CBC North studio to celebrate 60 years of radio in the North.
The coffee and bannock is hot, there’s more special programming to come and more! #GoodCheerOpenHouse
These days, it’s so easy to Google the science behind the aurora. That makes me wonder what people thousands of years ago thought when they saw these chromatic molecular reactions shimmering in the air. So I Googled it. //
My favorite quote is from one source (The Aurora Zone), and it claims that evidently, “in Washington State, the particularly imaginative Makah Indians thought the lights were fires in the north created by a tribe of dwarves who used it to boil whale blubber.” //
On the website, this sentence is displayed in close proximity to an image of a man on a frozen lake under the aurora, facing away into the distance, holding up to the sky what appears to be a beer, and wearing nothing but his snow boots.