Episode 292 - Alpaca Thanksgiving


Hey, Happy Thanksgiving Canadians!

So Isabelle has some friends/acquaintances who own an alpaca farm. They’re having an open house of sorts today, so we went. We also thought, hell, why not record something. So we did that.

I got a new toque! It’s, of course, made of alpaca. Well alpaca wool, not like their spleens or something.

Isabelle is getting more involved in the local francophone scene.

Isabelle is, as usual, working on her grants.

It’s the break week. I love the break week.

Episode 291 - Truncated


So, we actually recorded this yesterday, but ‘m just getting around to it today.

This is a short one, no LCBO trip etc. So those of you who are bag or box fans are left out. We apologize for the inconvenience.

We too Jon in to the bush plane museum and were hoping to see his teacher, but she was not int, there was a sub.

Hey, they have a new helicopter, and it looks like one of those Bell choppers from MASH.

We both like ‘Both Sides Now’ by Judy Collins.

Episode 290 -- Eleven Minutes To The Package


As I often do, I’m writing this in advance of actually going shopping.

I never know what we’ll talk about, but I can be pretty sure we’re going to mention the biblical level rain we had on Monday night. We got 135 mm of rain in that day, but both in bouts of about an hour. We’ve been through a couple of hurricanes. I’ve never seen rain like this. There was, of course, flooding. Happily, our Cadillac of sump pumps kept everything dry.

Google knows we are shopping.

I got an Amazon package, picked it up at a weird and wonderful store.

Isabelle’s done her brains.

What’s the deal on people on planes?