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People sit in the pick up zone for 10-15 minutes with their cars or vans idling so they can run their air conditioner. I guess they’re waiting for someone else to do something about… https://t.co/cVc4Qz55id
@A_Dads_Tale Is this the start to a joke?
Q: What’s scarier than one dad in the woods?
A: FIVE dads in the woods.
#FiveDadsInTheWild coming to a forest near you. This September. Watch for it. #NotAJoke
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I liked a @YouTube video https://t.co/wwgfYCIKc0 Chevrolet Equinox | Most Road-Trippable Town in Canada | Wilsons, New Brunswick
Daughter and I had a great time in Lynn Canyon yesterday. I love the look on the woman on the bridge behind us! Also, I couldn’t believe how busy the bridge and the trails were.
#latergram #lynncanyon #lynncanyonpark #northvan #dadlife https://t.co/ru7nQ6OrqH
Category Archives: Life Musings
Yesterday I followed an interesting twitter “conversation” about the possibility of implementing red light cameras that not only catch people driving through red lights but also catch drivers who are speeding while driving through red lights. One person commented that … Continue reading
What you say is important. What your listener hears you say is arguably more important. Think about what you are saying and think about what your listener is hearing from you. They are not always the same thing. Is that … Continue reading
The kids and I went for a walk at Rocky Point in Port Moody last weekend and they decided to play detective to solve the mystery of “the tortured wedding boat” – the old rotting corpse of a boat located … Continue reading
I’m not one for making resolutions on New Year’s Eve but I do try to make small adjustments to how I live my life. Last year, or the year before, or maybe even the year before that, I decided to … Continue reading
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Today would’ve been my grandfather’s 103rd birthday. There are many things I remember about my grandfather. Usually if I went to see him we would go off to some construction site on some remote mountain and cut firewood. Funny to … Continue reading
Canadians often take glee in how ignorant our American neighbours are of all things Canadian. Perhaps the highpoint of our glee in American ignorance of Canadian politics was when a Canadian tv program punked an American president by asking him … Continue reading
Many of the weather prognosticators are now saying that we should prepare for another long, cold and (shudder) snowy winter in the Metro Vancouver region. Ugh. Get ready for hashtag #BC Storm to start trending as we get a dusting … Continue reading