Monthly Archives: September 2016

Bagels with smoked salmon and cream cheese with sun-dried tomatoes

Originally posted on Savoury Foods:
Bagels with smoked salmon and cream cheese with sun-dried tomatoes

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From Rockies to Wild west coast…

August, as usual in beautiful British Columbia is the month of great outdoors. The options for outdoors activity are endless. I’ve been trekking, mountaineering, fishing or paddling for more than 30 years in BC or neighbouring regions. I have been … Continue reading

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The humility of flyfishing

I recently spent a few days trout fishing in the Nicola plateau area of Brirush Columba. It’s in my back yard but I only have made the extra effort of exploring the area properly since retiring. I’ve been a flyfisher … Continue reading

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Be a teacher, please be a teacher.. 

Grad speech by Tim Minchin, U of Western Australia.  A poignant and very funny transcript.  http://www.web.uwa.edu.au/university/_nocache?a=2386333 Watch: https://youtu.be/yoEezZD71sc   Six: Be a teacher! Please! Please! Please be a teacher. Teachers are the most admirable and important people in the world. … Continue reading

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The man who knew-911 Frontline 

https://youtu.be/vtVklkVOF-k PBS Frontline episode The Man Who Knew.  As an FBI agent who specialized in counter-terrorism, John P. O’Neill investigated the bombing of the American embassies in Africa, the USS Cole in Yemen, the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia, and … Continue reading

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