Imagine driving this road from Dornbirn to the mountain village of Ebnit in winter!
Archives for July 2012
Today I’d like to tell you about a recent experience that might sound mundane, but which brings with it thrills, chills and a profound respect for another culture: driving on the wrong side of the road.
We are now approximately 5 months away from the most-watched date in history – December 21, 2012. And I feel the need to put my 2 cents in, along with the rest of the human population who are divided into two ranks – the debunkers and the believers.
I don’t think there is anything better in the world then a field of daisies that falls into a lake with glorious mountains abound on either side with such tranquility and grace then in Stratchona Provincial Park … I wish you were here.
Vegas is such a crazy place. You can find anything you want…. including deep fried Twinkies!
It’s the dream of most designers to make good money at what they do, but in reality it’s often a labor of love. I was at a barbecue this weekend when a relative asked me “Why do you work in design when you could be making real money?” This led me to actually think about […]
One of a series of pictures by Thomas Goncalves taken at the Red Bull event at Alexandra Palace, London.
“There is no such thing as a free lunch.” Or so the saying goes. But is it possible that some dogs get a “free lunch”? Is there really a something-for-nothing deal out there for dogs? When we were making our change over to positive, science based training, we were directed to a program called “Nothing In Life Is Free” (NILIF) on the Internet. On the face of it, the program looks like an excellent method of teaching dog owners about the value of being consistent in their criteria and to provide clear contingencies for their dogs’ behaviour. But is it really?
Can you imagine this view of our home? Since I was a kid, I have always fantasized about going into space. Views like this must have such a profound impact on the human spirit.
Today let’s talk about being transparent. Have you ever felt like you were being one person at home and another in public?