Monthly Archives: July 2015

HOW TO AVOID EMBARASSING QUESTIONS

HOW TO AVOID EMBARASSING QUESTIONS At least the wild fires around Kelowna have provided Premier Christy Clark and Prime Minister Stephen Harper with some great photo ops. They are ever so concerned about the devastation that their constituents are facing—in … Continue reading

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TRAVELLING BY TRAIN

People of an age will remember when if you wanted to go somewhere you took a train. It was inexpensive, convenient, comfortable, and civilized. Being of an age myself, I dislike air travel: being herded like cattle, and then being … Continue reading

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SAN FRANCISCO REPORT

This will be a brief report on my experience attending opera in San Francisco, June 23-25, 2015. First of all the opera house. The War Memorial Opera House is as beautiful and engaging as ever. Built in 1932, this opera … Continue reading

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