….of squirrels, u-turns, & ‘surgical robots’…

Alberta, Canadawhere rocky mountain spirits soar!

….”Squirrel starts fire spoiling 82,000 litres of milk”…”Is it legal to make a u-turn at an intersection in Ontario?”…”The fight over robots in the operating room”…

Well, well, headlines today that quip– ‘Skippy’ the squirrel could use a swat on his ‘derriere’.it may be legal, but is it safe?!….and….no! no!, no time for fighting, just get down to serious surgery with a professional vibe that has you all in stitches!

Whatever’s on the agenda for this the second August summer 2017 Thursday, make it an unspoiled adventure that sings it’s your turn & crescendos ‘success’ with robotic precision!

Fine Thursday!

 

 

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…of fruits, travels, & home sweet home…

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Stanley Park marks 125th anniversary

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As Vancouverites gear up for the final long weekend of summer–Labour Day weekend, there’s much of BC that beckons for getaways!

Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands, Tofino, Whistler, the Okanagan-wine country!, the Kootenays, the Cariboo, the Sunshine coast, even fly-in only resorts!

For others, a ‘staycation’ can mean a traditional Labour Day weekend visit to the PNE-Pacific National Exhibition or sharing Stanley Park with many others…

Local media today mentions that not only a small contingent of people, but cougars, coyotes, great blue herons, eastern grey squirrels, bald eagles & beavers, cougars & mute swans all call the park home!

What might you see this weekend, deciding it’s a ‘walk-in-the-park’ kinda day??!

Recently, I was startled by a huge wing-spanned owl to which a friend exclaimed “what a hoot!”…

Whatever your’re up to for this last gasp of summer 2014…enjoy some of the fruits of your labour, safe travels wherever you may go, & cheers in life’s routines at home sweet home!

Every house where love abides
And friendship is a guest,
Is surely home, and home sweet home
For there the heart can rest.

~Henry Van Dyke