I live and work in Chisasibi Quebec. I travel up and down the James Bay Highway to each Quebec Cree Nation to work in each of their schools. I pretty much live in my car. I also occasionally rescue stray dogs. This blog is to document living in isolation.
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Right now in Chisasibi Quebec the Sun Rises at 4:40 and sets at 21:36. There is twilight an hour before 4:40 and twilight for an hour after 21:36. It is light enough to walk my dogs from 3:40 am to 10:45pm. 
I went to bed at 10pm last night and felt like Rod and Todd. It was so bright outside still I had to put a blanket on my window. I double checked the time as I thought my watch was wrong. This maybe a stereotype in Northern Quebec and on Aboriginal Reserves (On a Rez) but you need it to sleep! I’m not wearing a mask, no way.

Right now in Chisasibi Quebec the Sun Rises at 4:40 and sets at 21:36. There is twilight an hour before 4:40 and twilight for an hour after 21:36. It is light enough to walk my dogs from 3:40 am to 10:45pm. 

I went to bed at 10pm last night and felt like Rod and Todd. It was so bright outside still I had to put a blanket on my window. I double checked the time as I thought my watch was wrong. This maybe a stereotype in Northern Quebec and on Aboriginal Reserves (On a Rez) but you need it to sleep! I’m not wearing a mask, no way.