…of nature, tulips & room with a view…

“All nature sings & ’round me rings the music of the spheres!”

…”We solve the great Canada 150 tulip caper: Why so-called ‘limited edition’ red-and-white bulbs bloomed orange”…”

SOMETHING ABOUT….“the miscoloured tulips are indeed of different varieties that were accidentally packaged alongside Canada 150 tulips.There was a small percentage (around 1% of bulbs sold) that was packed incorrectly in the Netherlands.”

SOMETHING ABOUT.”a zero star hotel rated room with a view in Gonten, Switzerland!”

Cheers to a wide-eyed Wednesday that smiles—SENSATIONAL !!!

 

 

 

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…of mechanisms, online reservations & tulips…

The antikythera mechanism…..now that’s a new one to me!…

As the google doodle today expounds, “the Antikythera mechanism is the world’s first analogical computer, used by ancient Greeks to chart the movement of the sun, moon and planets, predict lunar and solar eclipses and even signal the next Olympic Games.The 2,000-year-old astronomical calculator could also add, multiply, divide and subtract. It was also able to align the number of lunar months with years and display where the sun and the moon were in the zodiac.”

….”Restaurants turning to digital booking still need a little human interaction”…”Tulip festival celebrates 65 years”…

SOMETHING ABOUT….“although online reservations are a mandatory thing for today’s restaurateurs, flesh and blood hosts can still aid in orchestrating a beautiful dining experience.”

Our nation’s capital, Ottawa, is blooming bigger than ever for Canada’s 150th birthday!

Cheers to a finesse filled Wednesday that sings—‘without reservation’ what a fine day!

 

 

…of ‘cranial’, ‘a million’, ‘tulips & taxes’…

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…”Vancouver welcomes free day long Brain Health Fair April 15th”…”Second Vancouver home sells for a million over asking price”…”April brings tulips & taxes & all the stories in between”…

All in a day’s headlines for a second Monday of April!

Cheers to a well-thought-out, ask-and-ye-shall-find, not-taxing, & brilliant-as-the-tulips kinda day!