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Mysterious circles have appeared in the Arctic…

and even NASA is baffled. Mysterious circles have appeared on Arctic sea ice — and even NASA is baffled – National Post    But I think I had the answer 2 years ago when my titanium S.E.T.I. hip detected intelligent coded… Continue Reading →

Friday the 13th

… In Port Dover. A motorcycle rally held every Friday the 13th in Port Dover, Ontario, Canada since 1981. Its typical summer attendance exceeds 100,000 bikers. This is the biggest single-day motorcycle event in the world. I was with my… Continue Reading →

That Creepy Sound Again…

Is someone or something out there? or is this just something in my head? Then this ancient clock-tower chimes every hour. No problem for Chantal… she’s wearing earplugs. But that noise again… someone walking up the stairs? We’re alone in… Continue Reading →

A Day in “The Hammer”

Hamilton, that is… my home town. Don’t know why they call it “The Hammer”. Only saving one syllable. Not much economy there. They could call  it “The Ham”, but that’s too much like hogtown. Maybe because hammers are made from… Continue Reading →

Does this thing still work?

Skiing… that is. For the last few years, just prior to the ski season, I start wondering if there’ll be any nasty surprises. Is everything still going to work? I’m talking about joints and things that start going wonky when… Continue Reading →

Last 12 weeks of Dogwood2017

And so, the end of another #dogwood52 weekly photo challenge on Facebook. I hope you enjoy, but a word of caution before you read on… I’ll be stirring up some shit!   Week 41 Technical: Levitation Levitation is part camera… Continue Reading →

HPSC Hill Climb at Blue Mtn

We hiked at Blue Mountain last week for the annual High Park Ski Club hill climb. Photo at the top of the page is the guy hanging on the wall over the fireplace in Wasaga Beach. The guy below, John,… Continue Reading →

The Land of Volcanos and…. Excursions?

Iceland is a very high-tech country, especially in computer software and geothermal power generation. But it seems to me that the biggest industry is tourist excursions. I thought it would be pretty quiet in mid-October, but there were hundreds of… Continue Reading →

Rockin’ in Reykjavik (Iceland)

The first thing I thought about in Reykjavik was that it was so much like St. John’s. Except the people talk even funnier. No offence to my Newfie friends (don’t worry… you guys still talk funny… and I love it!)…. Continue Reading →

A Chat with Guillermo del Toro

As a member of the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) I was able to get into the preview of its latest exhibit “Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters”. Guillermo del Toro GĂłmez is a Mexican-American film director, screenwriter, producer… Continue Reading →

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