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Issue: 2010-05-06

Rekindling an old flame

These iPads and Kindles gladden my heart as I see it as one more step toward re-establishing the written word as the king of communication.(You all know that I’m an editor, right?)I had worried when I saw the rise of...

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Disappearing Skies and Planetary Photons

The clock is ticking, soon the Yukon Night Skies will disappear, and sunlight will dominate.It seems like only yesterday that you had to rush out right after work to be at the observing site, before darkness falls … now...

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Considering the Glass … of Wine

I was introduced to a neighbour who is planing to open a restaurant and it got me thinking about wine glasses.The restaurant is expecting to serve red and white wine, something bubbly, and some port-style wines. This covers...

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Having a Cup of Spring-Time Tea

Spring is finally in the Yukon air.When it takes hold, one can hardly remember when we were in the midst of those long winter days.Invite a friend or two and brew up a cup of tea to enjoy with a slice of this lovely, fragrant...

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Camping in April is Possible

”The bears aren’t out yet,” stated Louise in a confident tone of voice in response to a concern expressed about spring camping. “It’s too early.”In view of the fact that we were outside,...

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Spring Forth Into Your Garden

Most gardeners await the spring season with the greatest of anticipation.We watch patiently for those first bulbs and perennials to spring forth into our gardens.As the last of the snow melts and the days become longer, we know...

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