As far a signs on a wall go, this one is my absolute favourite:
I’ve seen it a good few times. Right below the wheelchairs – as you ‘de-escalate’ to Canadian customs. I snapped that shot four weeks ago when Kate and I landed in
I could write about our trip for days. But I won’t. Let me just say that we saw many of our friends and we had a great time. It seems like in the two years since I’ve been gone – most of my friends and family have been ‘winning’ in the game of life. We saw a lot of smiles. Our friends are moving up in the work world, getting married, starting families. I suppose that’s what happens in your late-twenties, early-thirties. Since I left, my parents have also changed. They have moved to their own little country paradise and they’re smiling a lot more. Here: let me just share a few pictures.
There are many more... but I have to draw the line somewhere. Let me leave you with a Sauble Beach sunset over
No doubt that Canada was great to visit but I'm happily back now.
At the Virgin-Australia check-in counter at LAX – the ‘airline guy’ asked me for my country of residence. I said: “