Monthly Archives: April 2018

GMO is the New Organic!

Perhaps the best way to begin, is to point out who is in charge of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), Sonny Perdue. Here is a little bit about him, courtesy of Claire Robinson, publisher of gmwatch.org: (The current director … Continue reading

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Miss My Six

Every year at this time, I have a recurring dream about my old ’75 Triumph TR-6. As a youth my fascination with cars did not come close to matching most of my other friends, who were competent enough to swap … Continue reading

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Politics As Usual

~ Edited April 12 to add link to story ~ Many of you are probably aware of an inter-provincial political battle going on, out here in the wild wild west. Alberta vs. B.C. Alberta – and the Canadian oil industry … Continue reading

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D is the New C

No I am not talking bra cup sizes. I’m talking vitamins. D3 to be exact. This winter just past was hard out here in B.C. Yes, I know, it was hard all over. (Except maybe in Roatan … but I … Continue reading

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50 Shades of Butter Chicken

This post is dedicated to Ms. Kathy M., my Tequila/Margarita Master back in Sarnia and the one who demonstrated to me, in person, in our kitchen at the little dock apartment in Roatan, how to prepare East Indian Butter Chicken. … Continue reading

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Death and Taxes

Today we drove south to Lumby (a little town about fifteen miles east of Vernon) to purchase a used electric lawnmower from an elderly couple (wait a minute, WE’RE an elderly couple now too!) for sixty bucks. (For our American … Continue reading

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