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Goodbye Mr. Ellison

It is with a bit of a heavy heart that I write this piece. With so many thoughts going through my head, it is unlikely that I can write it in a short linear narrative, so I hope you will … Continue reading

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A Route Unfamiliar

Today I took the bus somewhere different. I took a route unfamiliar.  A first glance it might appear a minor thing.  Upon another glance, it might reveal itself quite differently. We are all creatures of habit, whether we believe it … Continue reading

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Reflections On My Trip

I wasn’t sure it was necessary, but I feel the need to reflect on my trip before the memory fades too much.  Thankfully, I have my blogs and my photos. When I got back from my Vietnam cycling vacation, I … Continue reading

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June 30, 2014: Perfectly Empty

For those who don’t know, tomorrow is Canada’s birthday.  That means Tuesday is a holiday.  In most cases in Canada, we try to organize our holidays so they occur on a Monday or Friday.  This provides everyone with a long … Continue reading

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