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Weekend Recap

This past weekend, Curtis and I took a trip to Seattle. Our main reason was to attend a rally course at DirtFish Rally School in Snoqualmie on Sunday. 396 more words

Lifestyle Vancouver

New Opening: Shingletown in Ballard

Shingletown Northwest Pub & Eatery just opened in all its deviled egg glory. As in different deviled eggs are rotated daily, and if that’s not enough to get you out of bed and to Ballard, then maybe their Oyster Po Boy or Sticky Toffee Bread Pudding are more your speed. 85 more words


Where do you shop when you're out of town?

Hi there. I’m back home in Dallas after a week in Atlanta, first at the Haven Conference and then a few extra days visiting with family. 768 more words


A review of Millennium People, J.G. Ballard's novel of middle-class boredom and meaningless violence

Early in J.G. Ballard’s 2003 novel Millennium People, our narrator David Markham remarks that “A vicious boredom ruled the world, for the first time in human history, interrupted by meaningless acts of violence.” The sentence delivers three of the novel’s key terms:  1,121 more words


Paul John Ballard's stunning work at bgallery



Born in London, 1960. After a short spell in the army, Paul studied for a City and Guilds in electrical engineering, then spent 12 years in the construction industry. 67 more words

Smells like low tide.

This is low tide at one of my favorite places. Just a few minutes from the ever popular Hiram M. Chittenden locks in Ballard is a tiny little beach that some berry pickers, bud light drinkers, and myself know about. 80 more words

Fly Fishing

Baldy and Cutey McPlaid Shirt - Survived by Sarah

WHO: Another idiot. Who cares.

WHAT: Just another Plenty of Fish failure. The only thing I’m finding plenty of is wasted time.

WHEN: June 25th, 2015… 1,772 more words