Ice Fishing Excursion with Solo Angler, Amanda Aven (Ooberfish) in Dawson Creek B.C.
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Ice Fishing Excursion with Solo Angler, Amanda Aven (Ooberfish) in Dawson Creek B.C.


My day with Ms. Ooberfish was informative, educational, enlightening and empowering. I would urge any lady with a free and adventurous spirit to connect with this angling guru. Continue reading

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Crows Nest Corridor Magazine – Life in Boundary Country
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Crows Nest Corridor Magazine – Life in Boundary Country


“In 2003 I relocated to the Boundary Country from Northern British Columbia. The Crow’s Nest Corridor became a little piece of heaven and I’m proud to call it home.  The area is rife with history, secrets and a natural beauty that rivals the greatest B.C. Destinations; but it wouldn’t be what it is today if … Continue reading

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Band-aid Tactics Won’t Benefit Tourism in Prince George, B.C.


Today CBC Daybreak North in Prince George, B.C. contacted me. They wanted to discuss a  story I had written about the city –  An Apology Letter to Tourists Considering Prince George, B.C. as a Destination. The live radio  interview will be aired Feb. 26th at 8:20 am if you’d like to listen. Like any person who eats, … Continue reading

Animal Experiments – Your breast implants may have contributed to the death of a little green monkey!
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Animal Experiments – Your breast implants may have contributed to the death of a little green monkey!


“Your breast implants may have contributed to the death of a monkey” In the distance, raucous screams and ire over-rule innocence, ignorance and wonder; in protest. A testament, to the skeletons that can’t be addressed by research specimens lacking a hyoid bone. A day, like any other at the Barbados Primate Research Center and Wildlife Reserve. Across … Continue reading