Not that long ago the world was a simpler place, although it may have been more work than we have currently grown accustomed to; we only need to talk to our parents or our grandparents for a glimpse into what life was like before all of the conveniences came along to make every moment of … Continue reading Back to basics – Saving money or saving our souls?
We live in an age of unfathomable technology and information. The world is, quite literally, at our fingertips. We can be sitting on the couch watching Seinfeld reruns, pick up our phone and place an order for a George Costanza bobblehead figurine from another country and have it shipped to our doorstep in time for … Continue reading Online Buying and Selling – bargain hunting or a twisted social experiment?
Growing up in northern British Columbia, my brothers and I always had motorcycles - in fact I cannot recall a time when I didn't have one. Minibikes and then dirtbikes, two strokes or four, motorcycles have always been a method of expanding my world, a mode of transportation, allowing me to visit friends or … Continue reading Sometimes a Motorcycle is More Than Just a Ride
I wrote this piece for Mountain Sledder Magazine but it has some life lessons that apply even if you are not a "snowmobiler", so I've shared it onto the blog. Life is short, make the most of every moment my friends - sooner or later the shadows fall on every mountain top. Link is below: Ride on, Gord
Lets be clear, my wife is going to kill me for posting this picture. She wont think it's very flattering and I'm sure she will note that her hair isn't perfect. My faithful readers know that my wife is often a large part of my ramblings so she may even think that this is going … Continue reading Kiss this, MS
Happy Thanksgiving. It's that tiny window in our year, wedged between summer frolic and Halloween. I say wedged because Halloween is a full two month ordeal around our house, with decorating, planning meals for a Halloween party, designing costumes - there's very little time for this turkey nonsense to be honest. However it still is … Continue reading Thanksgiving Needs More Cowbell
It was the summer of 2005 when we were visiting a close friend down in Kamloops BC, about 6 hours drive from our home. In the backyard that our friend shared with his neighbor was this scrawny little pup that was, for the most part, neglected by her owners. This pup was the friendliest little … Continue reading Kita the Adventure Dog