Reflection Tuesday October 10, 2006, 4 comments

The last long weekend of the year, and the unofficial end of cottage season in Canada, have just passed.

It is a rare Thanksgiving weekend in Canada when one can sit outside in short sleeves and enjoy the warmth of the sun, let alone do it 5 miles off shore in Lake Ontario on a sailboat.

The lake was as smooth as glass, but the boat ghosted on at 3 knots. Times like this lead one to reflect, pay attention to what really matters.

Reflection


Comments

Jorge Tuesday October 10, 2006


Nicely done, Mano.

Daniel Tuesday October 10, 2006


I always like to imagine that there’s something in an incalculable deep, scything through the darkness. Immense.

Jorge Wednesday October 11, 2006


Everyone knows it’s a big monster, Daniel.

The beer commercials tell us so.

Daniel Wednesday October 11, 2006


I must get the wrong beer commercials. Mine just have twin blondes and Clydesdales.

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