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About Vesper

: Skiing P20 to the Mud Lookout

: Skiing P16 to Herridge Cabin

: Snowshoeing in the Greenbelt

: Skiing P20 to Lusk Cabin

: Skiing the Gatineau Parkway

: Skiing the Trail 53 & 51 Loop

: Skiing in the New Year

: New Video: Snow Storm in Ottawa

: Pardus review

: New Video: Skating Chaos at Canterbury

: Kathryn's Projects for 2023

: Our New Photo Page For 2023!

: Skiing from P6 to the Lac Fortune Parkway

: Skiing from P5 to the Mackenzie King Road

: Skiing from P8 to the Champlain Parkway

: Skiing for 2022-23 Starts

: Biking Season Ends

: Skating Season Starts

: New Video: Skating at Canterbury

: MX Linux

: Ubuntu Budgie 22.10

: SpiralLinux

: Ubuntu Unity 22.10

: Early Snowfall

: Kubuntu 22.10

: Xubuntu 22.10

: Hiking the Wolf Trail

: Lubuntu 22.10

: VanillaOS 22.10

: Hike to Western Cabin

: Ubuntu 22.10

: Last Bike Ride to Osgoode for 2022

: Hike to Meech Lake

: Vesper's Haulout

: Last Sail of the Season

: Hike to the Ramparts Lookout

: Seven Sails on Slowpoke

: New Video: The Grampian 26 sailboat Slowpoke sailed on Lac Deschenes

: Hike to Lac Fortune

: New Video: Gatineau Park Hike from P7 to Lac Fortune

: New Video: Sailing Slowpoke to Aylmer Island

: Hike to Lusk Cabin

: Biking to Osgoode

: Hike to Shilly Shally

: New Video: Sailing the Grampian 26 Slowpoke


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