The long weekend will have its fair share of road detours.
The Machiavellians by James Burnham The last book I read was The Machiavellians by James Burnham. The following is a review or summary of the main takeaways I received from the book. Still this is in a much shorter explanation than reading the whole book. There is almost something to be learned on each and […]
Those of you who have followed our blog know we moved to Florida in September 2018, and left Vahevala in the Great White North for the winter on the hard. We had a wonderful, and warm, first winter in Palm Coast with lots of time to think about our next cruising adventure. Come April, Captain […]
Road closures are sure to complicate plans for those who plan to leave or enter the city.
Applications are now being accepted for the Claudette Sorel Piano Competition, open to young artists ages 15 to 18 and offering a top cash award of $2,500, at the State University of New York at Fredonia. New to the annual competition, now in its fourth year at the Fredonia School of Music, is the Piano […]
June 13 – 16, 2019 June 10-13 – Shady Harbor Marina, Ravena, NY June 14 – Shady Harbor to Waterford, NY (24 miles) June 15 & 16 – Father’s Day in Waterford, NY Miles traveled this blog: 24 Total Miles traveled: 5,784 Well, we stayed in Shady Harbor four days with up to 23 Looping […]
Several Montreal-area roads will be closed on St-Jean-Baptiste and Canada Day weekends due to construction related to the on and off ramps of the new Champlain Bridge.
Hall of Famers Joe Sakic, Al MacInnis and Mike Bossy were all selected 15th overall, as was Sharks defenceman Erik Karlsson.
If you, like me when I started this crazy cruising life, are under the misapprehension that sailing is a relaxing pastime, let me disabuse you of that notion. Exhilarating at times, maybe. Fun, at times, for sure, But not exactly relaxing. At least not the way we are currently doing it, on a long-distance journey […]
Sadly the studio has now loss the last of the original artists who aided Al Green in the formation of the studio: Sorel Etrog, 2014, Al Green 2016, and now Maryon Kantaroff, 2019. Their contribution, their talent and their impact will be forever present, and not forgotten both, in our studio and in our city.
I should have known that things were going too well; After a perfect Chamonix summer that seemed to last almost all the way up until winter’s early start back in November, seven perfect months of winter activities; skiing with fabulous people, in generally great conditions, ticking off lines I’d only dreamt of last year and making easy work of things I’d previously struggled with, I should have expected something to go wrong at some point.