An interesting article from m Readers Digest. I have done 3 of 10 listed, Bourbon Street in New Orleans, the Champs Elysees in Paris and Abbey Road in London. How many have you done?
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Very interesting article showing sites of WW1 battles as they look today. The war to end all wars started just over 100 years ago. One of my grandfathers fought for Canada in this and was gassed at some point. I’m going to have to look into that a bit further.
Have you have had the feeling that yo wanted to go completely off grid and lose yourself where you will never (maybe) be found. The link gives you 29 possible places that you may be able to realize that dream. although several might be a bit to off the grid for even the craziest among us.
This morning, enjoy Christopher Walken in a dance mash-up.
Back after our beautiful drive from Calgary to Gibsons, BC through the Rocky Mountains. What a beautiful drive. We live in an astounding place, this country of ours. One of our breweries, Molson’s (owned by Coors now, I think) has put together a great set of marketing tools, usually involving beer coolers and a uniquely Canadian only way to open it. The first series involved using a Canadian passport to open randomly placed machines around the world. Very cool idea. The video here represents their latest interesting take. Enjoy eh!
- Free Beer in Europe (travelbetweenthepages.com)
What is wrong with this picture. I do believe that this may not work very well.
Today’s helpful sign is easy to relate to on a personal level. If I had a nickel for every time I watched the wrong side of a monitor, I would be pretty broke. Is this warning label hell? Is it a conspiracy to help the world on its dumbing down. Is it a government job creation program (someone has to make and apply these labels)? Did someone by Jimmy Kimmel a label maker for Christmas?