Monthly Archives: July 2013

Of Trains and Such

“Can we walk to the train station today?” Yes, we can. We did. The boys are fascinated with the trains here. The station is empty, barely a handful of people walking by and a stray dog begging silently for food. We feed him some savory bun and then go check for the next train to… Read More »

Innocence Lost? There Is Still Time To Act…

(Originally published as a column in the Saturday edition of the Kamloops Daily News on July 27, 2013) I read today that the UK has decided to block access to online pornography; unless people ask for it that is. Internet suppliers will install family-friendly filters and those who wants them off will have to ask… Read More »

Why I Go To The Farmer’s Market

(Originally published as a column in the Saturday edition of the Kamloops Daily News on July 20, 2013) It is cloudy today and we’re having a late start. Lazy Saturday mornings happen to everyone. They’d better. Another edition Saturday pancakes and a talk about why judgment makes you doubt yourself, then we leave for the… Read More »