And summer's here - finally, full on, tourists, out of province plates, everything is "back to normal". Except I can't help feeling that it's a bubble, a brief respite, it's not over yet whatever lie the numbers tell, there will be outbreaks in the fall - if we make it that far, and there's the impending civil war in the US. But for the moment I should just enjoy it and try to make some money...
- Category: Miscellany
Stuck on a couch watching Netflix hasn't been good for my media diet. A lot of rubbish.
That said, enjoying watching "Alone" - season 7. Tagline: "100 Days in the Arctic for 1,000,000 Dollars". This season they've upped the ante - the war is with yourself, it always was, only now there is no invisible other to compete against, only the clock.
And, as always, the caution against bragging, predicting, let your character reveal itself through it's actions, not idle boasts for no sooner will you utter one than you'll be out of the game ...
Right now, too early to call, and not sure if I like any of the contestants. We'll see. I do like the struggle.
- Category: Other
And, in all the unboxing (lots of unboxing, easily 500+ scrolls and several pounds of discarded food items) - a few notes to you. Somebody misses you:
A fair likeness, I think...
...and how does he know what perfume you wear?
You share a love of flying saucers...
Anyways, if you need a date I know an Artist who would be very interested. I thought it funny that he's still thinking of you - did you write him back?
- Category: Stormy
A trip back to Alberta, stop to visit a field of crosses between Cranbrook & Fernie - always wondered what happened:
Rumour has it there was a bad curve, lots of fatalities, since fixed on the highway. Alas, no answers here.
Alberta, Albertan, Unusually lush...
A sandstone butte in a field, on the right-hand side at the base there's a tunnel into the side, next time I'm going to have to jump the fence with a flashlight and see what's up there. Curious - an old root cellar? Indian Cave?
Nice antique chest in Thrift shop, Calgary.
Ferocious terrain to bushwhack through, high-stepping fallen trees, always at 45 degrees, always uphill, and not a trail in sight.
- Category: Images
Page 2 of 420