Monthly Archives: May 2011

May 31st – Nature!

I picked up a hitcher the other day on my way out to the Rockies. He left Montreal on Monday and made it to Calgary on Friday, solely through Hitchhiking. His final destination is Vancouver, where he will be picking … Continue reading

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May 28th – Things that are actually two things

Last night I played a gig at a place called Cafe Crema…but also The Tree of Life church. You see the cafe doubles as a place of worship and the people that work there very much embody the principles of … Continue reading

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May 24th – Faux Pas’

We’re all guilty of them. Here are a few recent one’s I’d like to mention: By others: I was eating lunch by the tee-box on a prestigious golf course. All was quiet and well until a man came walking out … Continue reading

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May 17th – Representing

Prelude: For three days an empty 40 sat in my parking spot. Several times each day I would pull in and think “I should really move that” but sure enough I was too lazy too each time. Finally, I came … Continue reading

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May 11th – Calgary Running

I am starting to think that post-winter Calgary might be even better for running than Hamilton. It is at between 3400-4000 feet of elevation, with dry air, in view of the mountains, and has spectacular trails. I live downtown, and … Continue reading

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May 6th – Feeling Older and “That’s Fucked”

Something about my life in Calgary makes me feel and act much older than I actually am. The job itself has a mature feel but it’s also in how I talk. I tend to refer to my high school and … Continue reading

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May 3 – Inventory

Around 10pm last night I had the mad munchies. I opened up my fridge and had exactly the following: margarine, mayonnaise, salad dressing, maple syrup and some shredded mozzarella cheese (and a couple of veggies in the crisper). That wouldn’t … Continue reading

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