Out of Montana and into the Wilds of Canada


Three days here and I am smitten with the beauty of the place and with the people. Though the winters here are frigid there seems to be hope here. Hope for the young people who gather here to raise their families and hope and connection to a tenuous global future. There is resilience here. The sun shines here consistently and the mountains are steadfast against the backdrop of a blue blue sky. There’s a nip in the air as we approach the car.
I have interviews to review and to tell you about after a few days.


About cthebean

Educator, musician, social justice activist...and now a blogger. Children deserve unflinching support from adults.....they deserve nothing less. All kids . Everybody's kids. Everywhere.
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