I'm an American living in Kelowna, BC (Canada) with my husband, Eric. I miss the Peet's Coffee and Mexican food that is so easy to find in my beloved San Francisco Bay Area. But not the traffic. Having given up driving way too fast, I still stay up way too late and drink way too much coffee. I own and operate Computer Care Kelowna, a mobile computer business providing on-site service for home and small business customers. My weekly column, "Getting Along With Your Computer" appears Mondays on castanet.net. The column archive is available any time at the Computer Care Kelowna website.
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Once again we welcome you to our Christmas tree. This is our 18th year of live streaming. We started doing this when it was still called “web casting.” Our tree this year is a Douglas Fir from the best place in town: Elke’s popup Christmas Tree stand near the roundabout at Casorso and Benvoulin. Enjoy …
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Dépaysement translates roughly as “change of scenery.” It translates even more roughly as “The feeling that comes from not being in one’s own country.” I am an American in Canada. It takes some getting used to. Thanksgiving in October still sneaks up on me. I’ve always celebrated Thanksgiving the fourth Thursday of November, but here …
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