Monthly Archives: October 2015

Wallpaper Monday

Our long summer drought has broken, and it has been raining off and on for two weeks now. Sometimes the rain falls in showers, other times in gully washers so ferocious that most of the town is obscured behind the … Continue reading

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On the way to Oregon

For the first several days of our trip to Oregon, we were far out of state. Our flight landed in Vancouver, British Columbia, where we spent two days before hopping the ferry to Victoria. Two days later we were on … Continue reading

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Announcing the publication of Without A Front: The Producer’s Challenge

It has been a long time coming, but I’m delighted to announce that the sequel to The Caphenon has just been released! Or perhaps I should say pre-released, because for the next two weeks, Without A Front: The Producer’s Challenge … Continue reading

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Walking at the UBC

On our second day in Vancouver, my wife wanted to visit the anthropology museum at the University of British Columbia. So we drove there, and I became increasingly enthralled as we passed along the outer edge of the campus. The … Continue reading

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Wallpaper Tuesday

Purists might object to the front-lit rocks in this image, but I love the warm tones of the boulders contrasting with the cool tones of (most of) the sky. Photo by Wayne Pinkston in what appears to be Joshua Tree … Continue reading

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