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Monthly Archives: September 2011
I stumbled on a great website called sailwx.info. It’s an online database of the position of thousands of ships all over the seven seas. It also has a wealth of up to date ocean info like waves, wind, pressures etc. … Continue reading
Suz and I went on a pretty big backpack trip this weekend to North Molar Pass and beyond. All told it was 33km and 3700 vertical feet which is pretty big for carrying tent and food and all the gear … Continue reading
This macro has been flying around the internet this week. Let’s go over these. “You moved your goods to market on the roads the rest of us paid for.” “You hired workers the rest of us paid to educate.” “You … Continue reading
I caught a nice day when the temperature is still pleasant but there’s snow on the ground. I notice the larches have just started to turn a little yellow with the peak golden luster likely in a couple of weeks.above … Continue reading
Construction sign in Canmore this weekend. Sorry to say I was not responsible for this.
This should be required viewing by everyone running for any office anywhere in the world. Peter Schiff explains to Congress this week how simple economics really is and what they ought to be doing. This video also shows how econ … Continue reading
While the summer melt season continues for parts of the Arctic sea ice, I observe this week that the ice is growing in other areas. In this side by side screen cap you can see the ice marching south on … Continue reading
In order to bike the off-road trails around here, I really needed a proper bike. Suz has biked the trails around here for years and this year loaned her expertise and helped me get a bike to finally join her. … Continue reading
There is something that has always made me giggle about the fake rocks in various Star Trek episodes. The best one has to be the giant rock Kirk rolls onto the Gorn in the episode “Arena.”And yet, just the other … Continue reading