Daily Archives: October 19, 2008

E. Medley, Al., Pha., Bet., So., Up.

I have a lot of initials. If I was a better Brit than I am, I would string the alphabet soup behind me name like this: Edmund Medley, BASc (Brit Columbia) , MS (Berkeley), PhD (Berkeley), PE (CA), PE(HI), PG … Continue reading

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Bicycle Boy – Rediscovering Jill

There was a difference in class between the streets in our neighborhood of Acton, in West London. Our street had a grand name, King Edward’s Gardens, with nice enough houses tightly crammed together, owned largely by middle-class to working-class families. … Continue reading

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Red Faced, Ketchup Kid

It was early summer, 1969 and I was flying with our chopper pilot to our next project site in Ontario. Below, we spotted the rest of the crew in our huge International Harvester crew cab truck (adorned with its characteristic … Continue reading

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