Author Archives: geographer70

Queer in Africa

Sometimes we forget that homosexuality and being queer might be reasonably accepted in the West, but we are only a part of modern humanity… and not even a big part. Many areas of the world regard homosexuality as unnatural and … Continue reading

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Rainbow Walk

I’ve been doing a good job with my walks this year, well on my way to my goal of 1,000 km walking through parks for the year. I’m trying to take more selfies, at the same time. I’m good at … Continue reading

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Pride in STEM (Science Centre)

Yesterday (Thursday) was the first international “Pride in STEM day”. It is a day intended to encourage LGBTQ men and women in high school and university to pursue fields related to STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. I’m second from … Continue reading

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Canada Day: Made Where?

I like to hike and camp and explore the outdoors. I don’t do it quite as much as I would like, but one of my goals is to hike a thousand km this year, and to visit as many Provincial … Continue reading

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Names: The Sam

This is the Sam-Cat. My Sam-Cat. I realized yesterday as I was writing about “Tailchaser’s Song” that he looks a lot like Tailchaser. I’ve had “thing” for ginger tabbies for a long time; it precedes my reading of the book … Continue reading

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Names

This morning at church one of the Bible passage around which the sermon was structured was the latter part of John 10:3, “… the sheep hear his voice, and he calls his own sheep by name and leads them out.” … Continue reading

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Easter 2018

Easter is traditionally a day I go out a bit; for lunch and for dinner and with friends. I went on a hike yesterday and I went out for coffee this afternoon. So I saw number of people this weekend, … Continue reading

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