Monthly Archives: June 2014

living on the edge

I recall playing a wonderful yard game as a small child: lawn darts. They got banned for sale in the US and Canada when I was still wee, so unless you bought them before the ban, they are not easy … Continue reading

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relics

I finally got back photos for the three rolls of film I brought back from Hunncity a few weeks ago. What bizarre anachronistic hardware this is.   Most of the film was damaged, it turns out, and the photos were mostly … Continue reading

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Alexandra

On the drive home from the Stein Dave and I decided to explore the old Alexandra bridge. It was built in 1926 as part of the Fraser Canyon Highway and was removed from service in 1964 when the Trans Canada … Continue reading

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accomodated

Sunday night, after the weekend crew had started their journey back to Vancouver, Dave, Thomas, and I began a separate journey exploring a part of the Stein none of us had previously explored. We wound our way up a lovely … Continue reading

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making some introductions

This weekend started with what is, for me, always been a great omen: a view of the Thompson / Fraser confluence. It generally means a view of this follows shortly after. This trip up the Stein valley had a delightful … Continue reading

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A theory that fits the facts

I think flies lay eggs in the bulbs at the factory

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floored

I am in Kamloops helping lay some new flooring at Instinct Adornment / Arwen’s Apparel. I now have sore knees.    

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