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Here’s why you don’t want to run low on gas in downtown Vancouver

There is now only one gas station left in downtown Vancouver.

Wednesday was the last day of business for the Chevron Station on West Georgia Street near Stanley Park. 208 more words


Gas prices on the rise in Metro Vancouver

Just as Spring Break has ended and many are getting back to their daily commutes, gas prices in Metro Vancouver have climbed overnight and are expected to soar even higher in the coming days. 367 more words


Is 'Wawa effect' pushing gas prices down in Palm Beach County?

Where is the cheapest gas in Palm Beach County?  Since three Wawa convenience stores  opened  last Thursday, it’s likely to be at Wawa, as well as at  numerous gas stations within a few miles of those. 628 more words



I wrote about our new 24 hour laundrette a few weeks about, which you can read about here, and it turns out that there is a reason for these laundrettes, for there are two, one each at the petrol stations on the road out of town. 637 more words


Kumquat Festival here I come

I stopped in Dade City the other day.  It’s small, about 7,000 population, and is located in west central Florida.

It was a Saturday and it seemed to be antique day, because all the stores were open downtown and there were also tables out on the sidewalk and vendor booths in the alleys. 258 more words

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Fake Canadian bills with Chinese characters being used in Saskatoon

Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) is advising the public and businesses that fake Canadian bills with Chinese characters are being used in the city.

Since late February, there have been at least 15 reports of counterfeit currency being used at different locations such as gas stations and fast food restaurants. 114 more words


important sidelight

It’s National Potato Chip Day, in these United States.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Any part of the urban landscape which the voracious minions of the Real Estate craze sees as “having a large footprint” is in danger of being consumed by it. 338 more words

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