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... m sorry), I have written about some of my travels over the last two months. In fact, I have written about all but two of my trips, leaving out Dallas and Boston. This is not because I didn’t enjoy these trips, in fact Boston has been one of my favourite places to visit. It was more out of the fact there was little to add having visited and written about Boston last year and Dallas being more of a relaxing trip. Besides, I want to have something to talk to you ...
... the prof is a funny guy and the class is more focused on the economics part than on the actual math part. Well, well, we shall see.
Equipped with a steaming hot coffee and two university campus newspapers I am readily taking my seat in the third row of the classroom.
'The Greeks had slaves, we have computers for this, riiiight?'
Already the first statement I hear from the tall, ...
Wow! This horticultural art extravaganza continues.
Winding along the paths, woodlands, lakes and ponds of the Montreal Botanical Gardens, the setting itself becomes part of the spectacle. I've never seen anything like this, and it is simply stunning. Add the Olmpic Tower in the background of many of the works, and we are bordering on the surreal.
The method the artists employ to create their overall theme, how they use plant materials to resemble people, animals, even gods, ...
... place for Jane and Chris but spill one on the way home..dooh. It didn’t really matter as both Chris and Jane (coffee aficionados) gave their seal of approval.
Today was Canada Day, the national day of Canada, celebrating the anniversary of the July 1, 1867, enactment of the British North America Act, 1867 (today called the Constitution Act, 1867), which united three colonies (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Province of Canada) into a single ...
... loads, different tires and different balance settings. It's all pretty meaningful to them but confuses the hell out of us spectators. We saw the usual gaggle of support race practices and qualifying sessions too, but we opted out of the Porsche GT 3 cup and F1600 because we were damp cold and hungry and soon to be grumpy. Saturday dawned foggy and that's never a good sign for racing. Normally Saturday is a good full day of racing in 4 categories plus F 1 ...