Tag: Canadian

We Wish You a Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas, All! It’s our 20th year of live streaming our Christmas tree. Thank you for stopping by. We hope you’ll leave a comment. We only use this Ustream once a year, so it’s an ad-supported plan. DO NOT CLICK ON ANY OF THE ADS! We have no control over the ads, and we don’t …

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Dépaysement: Decoy Deer

Deer Decoy Story Page 2

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. This article appeared in a local online news website. There are so many things about this I just do …

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Merry Christmas 2015

It’s Christmas again, and for the 19th year we are live streaming our tree. We started doing this when it was called “web casting.” Enjoy the tree and please comment. We’ll see it later if we’re not in the chat at the time.   Live streaming video by UstreamMerry Christmas and Happy New Year to …

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Dépaysement: Boxing Day

Boxing Day in Canada

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.   If you wonder what’s so disconcerting about this, here’s a good explanation. Thanks to The Huffington Post (believe …

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Dépaysement: Bonjour iPod

Canadian iPod packaging

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.   Thanks to The Huffington Post (believe it or not) for this.

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