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2014 Takeaways Part II: The Bad Stuff

Well, as promised, here is the follow-up to my last post. Last week I went over things that I liked from the 2014 St. Louis Cardinals. 1,210 more words


Postcards That Intrigue Me #6: Warden D. Davison and His Pet Elk Maud

Because if you are the warden of a national park in the 1920s, why not also tame an elk and name it Maud? And have the image of you both distributed as postcards? 78 more words

Postcards That Intrigue Me #5: Bison With an Amazing Head of Hair

Living and Elk Island National Park, I see a lot of bison on a daily basis. I am very familiar with how they look, move, sound, and smell. 216 more words

Great Walks: Fairfield to St. Sunday Crag

Fairfield is usually climbed as the head of its Horseshoe, and a fantastic day’s walking that provides if, as I have previously explained, the choice is made to traverse anti-clockwise. 1,610 more words

Lake District

Dodgers have won 4 of 7 games vs the Cardinals in 2014.

Couldn’t find the stat so I did a little digging. Kershaw goes tonight for the Dodgers, the 21 game winning ace faces Wainwright, who has also been a monster lately, after a shaky start. 95 more words

Alarums, alarums, alarums

Gideon’s Trumpet (1980) dir. Robert Collins, w/ Henry Fonda, Jose Ferrer, John Houseman, Lane Smith, based on the book by Anthony Lewis.

Gideon’s Trumpet was one of the last film projects on which Henry Fonda worked.   360 more words


Great Gable and Pillar

Sunday, 24 August 2014
4970ft/1210m ascent
Trail 100 #45 & # 46
Wainwright #162, #163, #164 & #165

The Mosedale Horseshoe is recognised as a tough walk over some of the roughest mountain terrain.   223 more words