Tag Archives: Quebec

MY TEETH ARE STRONG

Honour thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long in the land . . . This sentiment comes to mind because I can hear the harvesting machinery ravaging the bush just across the lake from our home. … Continue reading

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EYES CRACKING OPEN

On June 27 in the post titled A CASE OF EYES CLOSED, I wrote this: “The Energy East project, an initiative of TransCanada Piplelines, would convert an ancient natural gas pipeline to carry diluted bitumen.  “Dilbit” is the stuff that devastated … Continue reading

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THE OLD FARM

I remember how the wind scraped the land clean across the stubble and the hills stretched tight to the land and brushed the evergreens and poplars stiff that lingered on the horizons and left the land pure and hard and … Continue reading

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GROUNDED IN PLACE – FOLLOW-UP

I am constantly amazed by my friends and neighbours because so many are so unfamiliar with their backyards.  I could place a bet that 90% of them could not locate the Kamuck River on a map without serious help.  Probably … Continue reading

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