Our 12-year-old Rory has “graduated” from elementary school (Grade 7 here in BC) and will be going on to High School next year. We are extraordinarily proud of him (Honour Roll Student four years in a row!) and wanted to do something special for his last day.… Read the rest
I am almost completely incompetent when it comes to using tools or mechanical things. They are skills I never learned and don’t innately have. So when Melissa suggested we use the old wood we have in the yard to build a bench out of cinder blocks, I knew it would be a challenge.… Read the rest
I saw this tweet this morning:
— Open Culture (@openculture) May 30, 2018
I don’t usually let deer get this close to my motorcycle but I’ll make an exception for these three…
As a motorcyclist, I’m always very concerned about the weather. How, where, when, and if I ride is weather dependent. What I wear is weather dependent. Having an accurate forecast is crucial to my enjoyment and safety when I ride. So I check out every weather app I can lay my hands on.… Read the rest
Every Canadian knows the pain of shopping at the US Amazon store. Here’s an example.
You find an inexpensive charcoal grill, say the Char-Broil TRU-Infrared Kettleman Charcoal Grill (affiliate link). You check it out and it sounds like just what you’re looking for.… Read the rest
Further proving that the people who run Twitter have no idea about Twitter, they’ve announced they are killing the native Twitter for Mac app.
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We’re focusing our efforts on a great Twitter experience that’s consistent across platforms. So, starting today the Twitter for Mac app will no longer be available for download, and in 30 days will no longer be supported.
It’s completely ridiculous but today, I’m a little sad and wistful.
After I moved to Nashville, TN from Vancouver, I found a nice little apartment. But it had no furniture. So, for the first time in my life, I went furniture shopping on my own.… Read the rest