About Me

 

I was raised in rural Ontario and spent my summers camping with friends-like-family while listening to my dad play bluegrass on his 1950s Gibson.

My mom taught me were to find wintergreen, how to make paper from tree bark, and that there’s magic to be discovered in a forest. Because of my dad I can change a flat tire, filet a fish, and play cribbage. I’m not terribly good at any of those things but I love them all.

I moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1997 with a backpack and a line on a job. Ten years later I left big city life for an adventure in the Okanagan and I haven’t really looked back, although I do love the city and spend as much time there as possible.

Life revolves around a spoiled rescue cat named Tippy, a track car that needs way more work than I bargained for, and an embarrassingly large quantity of wine.

~ Jeannette

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