Monthly Archives: April 2015

Personal Branding Lives!

High school girl going by yesterday with t-shirt: Not a Morning Person in big letters.

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Music Collectors’ Show–April, Edmonton

(finished set-up; before show opened) (collectors’ hour: it got busier after this–several hundred in attendance) (Safe Read-Only site–ignore any security warnings when opening pix. Open any one picture and they all open when you click backward 2x.) Reaching me? @ … Continue reading

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Vancouver: Rooms with Views

  (best seat in the house, The Teahouse Restaurant at Ferguson Point looking onto English Bay) (view of city centre through showers from highest point in Vancouver, Seasons in the Park restaurant, Queen Elizabeth Park)   (window table, Seasons) (plaque … Continue reading

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Artsy Vancouver

(mythical beast by the rhododendrons, Van Dusen Gardens) (3-headed sculpture, Van Dusen) (hanging light, Hotel Vancouver, afternoon tea) (“The Departure”, sculpture, Van Dusen)

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Vancouver Fleurs

(rhododendron path) (author in rhododendron garden, Van Dusen) (peonies) (looking toward Davie St. and Starbuck’s beside English Bay)

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Only in Quirky Vancouver

can you stand inside a hollow tree in Stanley Park, would a group of Tai-Chiers block the top entrance to Queen Elizabeth Park, would you find a park bench plaque dedicated to a major Asian superstar who committed suicide (someone that … Continue reading

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Somebody Nobody Knows

Across from the Banana Republic near an armoured truck, Duane Eddy’s “Rebel Rouser” blaring from the corner Starbuck’s, he sat on a Robson sidewalk awaiting the Second Coming with his tattered New Testament, green porcupine exercise ball, and a selection of … Continue reading

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Musical Juxtaposition:

“Stand by Me” playing in 1961 on my 2-transistor radio as I delivered Tribunes on a hot August afternoon in Winnipeg. Segue 54 years later to the underground Denman Mall (Vancouver) looking like a geriatric facility with senior shoppers shuffling past … Continue reading

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Rappel Heaven

(black-figured-rappeller on 23rd floor of Vancouver high-rise, 2nd white section from the right) Something about nonchalantly throwing a leg over the top-floor guard-rail 25 stories up creating your own story– the hero of imagined possibility; no one else about to … Continue reading

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I have never wanted to live

merely by the limits of others and limited expectations they have had of/set for me.

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