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Leg 5 – Storms, Puppy, Snow, Fires – #LexGoFurther – A Ford Escape

Prepare yourself.  I have left you waiting for the continued adventures of Lex Go Further – A Ford Escape for far too long.  It is now time for photos of the puppy interspersed with snow, food and a couple of tweets.  But mainly industrial-grade puppy cuteness. When last we spoke, I had just gotten onto…

Or Frankfurt.

When I called dad yesterday Tuesday to natter, chat and nag, we discussed Spain.  Of course. When he confirmed: “so Sunday you will be in Spain?” I said “yes, assuming the Air Canada Pilots don’t go on strike. And assuming the ground workers in Frankfurt don’t go on strike either.” From that point forward every…

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Chanterelles in the wild

A surprise find down by my island office, chanterelles! We have a lot of wild mushrooms on the island ranging from the varied and tasty boletus to the pretty but poisonous amanita muscaria, but we’ve never seen chanterelles before. Sandy found them and called upon the mushroom expert (aka dad) to identify them. We’ve had…

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May Flowers, more than just flowers in may

May Flowers, more than just flowers in may — Originally uploaded by LexnGer Until yesterday I had no idea the phrase "April Showers bring May flowers"referred to a specific type of flower.Let alone to a tradition that had been happening in the Saint John CityMarket, were I practically grew up, for generations.Every May someone sets…

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Lex & Jim

It is very, very, rare to have a photo of my father and me. Perhaps because he avoids the camera and I’m usually behind it. After dressing sarcastically for dinner at Sandy & Mary Jo’s, Sandy grabbed the camera and snapped a number of shots of us together. Most are silly… okay, all are silly,…

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Dad’s New Green Kayak

Dad’s New Green Kayak — Originally uploaded by LexnGer I’m planning to write the folks at Wilderness Systems and tell them how pleased we are with their Pungo 140 kayaks. (Even though I call them Pongo sometimes) We’ve been using them on the river for 5 years now. From early spring when the ice goes…

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