Monthly Archives: September 2008

Lodger Tales

I became a lodger when I turned 18 in July 1966. My mother asked me to leave home, since I had started work full-time and she had her hands full with four more children. I had been the man of … Continue reading

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Fun: Fish, Fowl, Float, Fire

1969: summer evenings at bush camps in northern Saskatchewan and Manitoba were long and lazy. And if the helicopter or geophysical instrumentation was acting up, the Scintrex geophysics crew I was a part of, played. There was little to do … Continue reading

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