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Washington: Whatcom County

Whatcom County (pop. 201,140) is north of Skagit County and south of British Columbia. Its name was derived from a Native American word meaning “noisy water.” 244 more words


Review: Donkey X

Rucio’s Unique Version of a Literary Classic

If you’re new to my animation feature film review library, I should begin this review by disclaiming a trend in the genre that nearly always ends disastrously: Domestic studios importing foreign films, slapping an English vocal track atop of the material, and claiming it as their own. 689 more words

DVD Review

Sept 27, 2014 1Province, 2 States, 679 Km of Gratitude

Up early to work on revising my Roadtripper plan, hook up Mom’s printer, load up, purchase plumbing supplies for my new home and get my front turn signal bulb changed before I was officially on the road! 649 more words

Road Trip 2014

Action 127. Head north for climate change action, and get inspired along the way.

This weekend I attended an international climate change rally at Peace Arch State Park in Blaine, WA. Somewhere in the neighborhood of a thousand of us showed up to support the weekend-long call to action in solidarity with the… 679 more words

9/11 victims remembered in a special ceremony at Peace Arch

A memorial ride to the Peace Arch border crossing on the 13th anniversary of 9/11 honoured those who have lost their lives in the terror attacks. 319 more words


Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast

It all started on what would become the Dark Day of September 4th, 2014.  I had been in Canada for a year, and was finally feeling like I had found my home.   4,225 more words

Wild About Arches

From the incorporation of Vancouver through the early decades of the 20th century, residents of Vancouver were nuts about erecting arches. Most arches were constructed to celebrate special occasions and visits of dignitaries.  350 more words