Monthly Archives: February 2006

Turin: Day 1 (cont.) – Fancy Digs, Gorgeous Feasts, and..yup. Curling.

(In case you missed the first Turin entry, you’ll want to start here.) When we last saw our heroes, they had just discovered that there was no room at the hotel at which they had believed they had a reservation. … Continue reading

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Turin: Day 1 – Planes, Trains & Curling Games

We arrived home last night from an incredible three days in Turin, Italy. Originally, our main goal in going was to watch the Olympic curling finals, and in that our athletes did not disappoint – the Canadian women’s and men’s … Continue reading

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RSS & News Updates

Firstly… <geek> For all of you nerds up on the latest and greatest in web technology, I’ve decided to make this site more RSS-friendly. I’ve created a simple RSS feed file that will contain info on the latest post – … Continue reading

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Of Guy-Quotients and Spontaneous Vacations

It occurs to me as I wait in eager expectation for the delivery of our recently purchased vacuum cleaner, food processor and bread-maker, that I may recently have hurdled over a fair number of house-husband milestones without fully appreciating the … Continue reading

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Kermit, Live at the BBC

I am home from my final day of a week-long internship at BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, and am already sorry that I won’t be heading back on Monday morning. Funny though, I wouldn’t have expected to have been saying that based … Continue reading

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Local Diversions & BBC Radio

Though I find it utterly unbelievable, both my day planner and local calendars seem to agree on the fact that we are now well into February. What’s more, if these sources are to be believed, today marks exactly one month … Continue reading

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