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Monday monday

A new week; time to cast our nets and get to work!

Photo taken on Lake Kariba, Zambia


The Bluenose Tea Ceremony (and the Search for Fisherman's Tea)

If you live in Southwestern Nova Scotia and place a “For Sale” sign in the window of a car parked in your dooryard, be prepared to provide the Bluenose Tea Ceremony to any potential buyers, especially to those from the more traditional cultures here—the African Canadian, the Mi’kmaq, the Irish, the Scottish, and the French—who’ve been here so long that their cultures have joined to become nearly all-of-a-piece, most certainly when it comes to tea. 1,449 more words


Another View of Morro Rock

Morro Bay has recently developed an awesome bike path that can be used to view the rock from another vantage point. The city is also restoring acre upon acre of dunes alongside the shoreline, and native plants are once again being allowed to grow undisturbed by the trampling of many feet. 194 more words


A comparison of voices

The fish is delirious with fury
Struggling to free itself from the hook
The fisherman plays his line with frenzy.
Does he doubt that his pleasure… 31 more words

The right place at the right time!

After visiting the Horned Owl family the other day, I headed for the pedestrian bridge to cross the Chagrin River. I had heard of some good migratory bird sightings on the other side and wanted to check them out for myself. 189 more words

My Trail Walks

Gone Fishing

Today’s gospel recounts the wonderful beginning of John’s 21st chapter that takes us from an early morning fishing experience to breakfast on the beach with Jesus. 368 more words