Tag: seasonal

  • A Walk at the Snow Line

    A Walk at the Snow Line

    The most striking thing about a winter with little to no snow is that there is no noise. Normally ski lifts clank, people talk and there is a lot of noise When there has been very little snow the ski lifts are turned off and the mountains are quiet. This is when you realise the […]

  • Nyon In Spring

    Nyon In Spring

    Due to the pandemic I almost never go to Nyon. If I do I often wear a mask and avoid walking around too much. Most people think the pandemic is over. I see, from the data, that it is not, and I want to stay true to previous ethics and morality. I am happier walking […]

  • A Snowy Day

    A Snowy Day

    Yesterday we had a snowy day. I saw that the snow was beginning to pile up so I went and cleared the snow for fun. I could have left it as it was but I saw an opportunity to have some weight training, for free. I regret that I didn’t set a fitness tracker to […]

  • Catkins in January

    Catkins in January

    Until today I didn’t know what catkins were because I never looked them up. “A catkin or ament is a slim, cylindrical flower cluster (a spike), with inconspicuous or no petals…” according to Wikipedia. They are out at the moment and I know this is unusual because a few days ago I saw an article about how it was unusual to have pollen […]