Bud Taylor

My favorite summer job was at wilderness canoe co-leader in the Whiteshell Provincial Park on the Lake Mantario Trail. One morning after an early hike and paddle i was returning to the cabin and found my co-leader swimming near the dock with a family of loons cavorting round and making a ruckus. One broke off and flew to my nearing canoe danced f ...
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Remember there's a mile in every smile
a well in every dwell

Smile before you rise
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One day a stray horse
arrived in the Valley

Tired, beaten they arrived
Oh To Fly, Oh To Fly
Perched on the cliff face
Looking at a brave, new world
I cry from the wilderness, hear it today
Hear it for a thousand years
Two Happy Marmots, One Red Sock
Friends three huddled a plan and boarded a tram
crowed and we flew cheeks merry in hues
tall trees mountain vistas, glaciers and lake basins
far and away safe harbour, rocky peaks we seek
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Frank Cormack was a demolitions man
working coal seam number eight
in the boom town of Cumberland
on Vancouver Island in 1933
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Tear-timely evidence appearing real. What can be more real, true or immediate than a tear?


Bob Barclay 09 April 2018
Great to meet you Bud and share our love of literature.
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