Monthly Archives: November 2014

Shuffle Off to Buffalo?

There’s an old song that goes something like this:¬†Off we’re going to shuffle, shuffle off to Buffalo¬†— one place that I certainly wouldn’t want to shuffle off to right now. Being at the end of Lake Erie and considering all … Continue reading

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On Remembrance Day

It was on this day, 25 years ago that the Berlin Wall came down. It is also 70 years ago 1 began. It is hard for us who live in this day and age to try to even imagine what … Continue reading

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I Would Lief Them Alone

Autumn is usually one of my favourite times of the year. I enjoy the fresh crispness of the air, especially after a long hot summer. There is also the autumn produce such as apples and squash in abundance. However there … Continue reading

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