One of the great things about my job is that sometimes I get to travel by small plane. It is such a different perspective and despite my motion sickness I mostly enjoy it.
Today was a crystal-clear beautiful summer day and because of ferry difficulties we ended up flying to St. Stephen. I played tourist while enroute.
Dark Harbour, Grand Manan
Lubec, Maine and Campobello, NB
St. Croix River meets the Bay of Fundy
Saint Andrews, NB
Home again to Grand Manan
There was a spare headset for me today too but no where to plug it in so I could talk…at least that’s what they told me. 😉
This week’s photo challenge is “Between“. I usually read the challenges but rarely come up with something that “fits”. Yesterday though, I looked in the back yard to see where the tide was and I thought “Oh, it’s between”. Bingo! Several times a day, mostly subconsciously, I’ll look towards the water to see where the tide is. Twice a…
Today was (is) the longest day of the year. I took advantage of it falling on a weekend (Yay!) combined with good weather (a little wind, but sunny and warm) to finally put my plants in their containers. I have had them for a while and have never had the combination of free time/good weather to put them in their pots.…
I had this crazy idea last week that I should make BBQ sauce for my Father’s Day Barbecue on the weekend. One: because I’d watched a bit too much of the Food Network; and two: because my oldest nephew has a corn allergy and BBQ sauce is one of those things that is sometimes challenging to find. (My brother and sister-in-law offered…
To celebrate Father’s Day, I hosted the family for a shish kabob BBQ, one of my Dad’s favourites.
Ready to go
On the grill
Part of our Grade 10 Phys Ed curriculum was a segment on orienteering. We studied maps and learned to use compasses. Then we were set loose for the practical portion of the class – navigating through the woods following directions based on the skills we had learned. We scoffed at the parental permission slips with all the arrogance of 15…