The Craigdarroch Castle Historical Museum Society is thrilled that CHEK television will be airing our new documentary video, Victoria’s Castle, Thursday July 19th, 2012 at 9pm.
Archives for July 2012
I wept, grief stricken about them one evening a few weeks ago. I had not cried about my deceased family members for years. My sister, one year older than I; my brother one year younger; my father and his brother and their mother; an older sister that I never knew.
I find their single-mindedness of bees complex in an incredibly beautiful way that never fails to bring me into the moment and create a greater sense of peace. When I look at this picture, I get a small sense of that feeling and I hope you do as well.
Check out Repercussions of Gluttony — Part 1. Our economies are based on the premise that more and more consumption is good, with the success of private enterprise and governments being measured by growth in profits and Gross Domestic Product (GDP). This predisposition to over-consumption and greed has led to the global financial crisis as […]
I see objects that are not ‘put’ together with intention, ‘together’. They make me think. How about you?
Visiting Quebec City with a tourism guide certainly is interesting for the historical aspect of your journey. Here is a list of seven things that are not likely to end up in your tourism guide, but that you must do while you are in Quebec City.
I had never heard this incredible part of the 9/11 story. Narrated by Tom Hanks, it illustrates how true it is that humans are at their best when things are at their worst.
At the beach in Panama there are thousands of Pelicans. They love to ride the thermal currents up the building for an added lift and are fascinating to watch!
Sometimes I rewrite the past, make it up, turn things around, maybe what happened to me really happened to somebody else or the other way around. I used to think of it as lying, then later as imagination leading to writing. These days I sometimes think I do it to make things easier, at least […]
A moment of sky and water held in the palm of Atacama Dry lake in Chile. On the horizon is the sleeping Licancabur volcano.