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Greetings From Canada

Oh hey!  How’s it goin’, eh?  I’m new here…and am the token Canadian in the group.

I met the members of The Sublime League of the Holy Lens in February, when I ventured down to Detroit…I was told I was crazy for meeting two complete strangers in an abandoned factory in one of the most dangerous cities in a foreign country.  9 more words

Photography

Bears, Packers Fans Fight Over Football And Grammar In A Bowling Alley

(CBS) In the latest from the you-can’t-make-this-up department, a Bears fan and a Packers fan got in a fight at a bowling alley in the rural Wisconsin town of Beaver Dam. 133 more words

Sports

North American Beaver (Castor canadensis)

In celebration of yesterday’s Canada Day, I’m going to write about the most Canadian animal around, the beaver. If you can think of something more Canadian, let me know and I’ll keep it in reserve for next year. 551 more words

Mammals

Missing Swimmer Found Dead At Beaver Dam In Baltimore County

COCKEYSVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — There’s sad news involving a missing man in Cockeysville. Baltimore County Police say they have pulled the body of 36-year-old Steve Jennings from a quarry at the Beaver Dam Swimming Club. 344 more words

News

Missing Swimmer Last Seen At Beaver Dam In Baltimore County

COCKEYSVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — A person goes missing while swimming in a popular Baltimore County dam.

Fire crews spent Saturday afternoon searching the water for an adult male at the Beaver Dam Swimming Club, but found nothing. 76 more words

News

Adorable Ducklings at Prince's Island Park

Prince’s Island Park

In the heart of Calgary, flanked by the beautiful blue mountain waters of the Bow River, and only a 20 minute walk from our abode, sits our favorite park: Prince’s Island Park, a large island (about 20 hectares, or 40 acres, in size) accessible only by pedestrian bridges. 1,218 more words

Beautiful World

Bree's Dam and the Wedding Bands

The people at Omega Institute are so friendly, I am offered a boat by a returning paddler before I can drag my green one to the water of Long Pond.  614 more words

Planet Earth