We are lucky to reside in a region as beautiful and historic as New England. For many of us, simply taking a stroll down the street for cup of coffee can actually be a small trip through the past. Do you ever wonder what may have occupied that Starbucks store front 100 years ago? Do you ever imagine the streets before pavement and bustling with horses and carriages? I do.
To get to the Magdalen Islands. They stayed in a motel for a night in Quebec and provideddocumentation at the checkpoints along the way.”We showed them the paperwork and we did our due diligence. “It wasn a very comfortable sleep.”We understood we couldn fight city hall so to speak.
Former cricketer Chauhan, who has been a curator for 35 years, was like a mini celebrity on Sunday after the match as the media thronged to take a byte or two from the man of the moment. “There was pressure that the pitch comes out well as we are hosting our first ever Test match. But I was confident enough as I have prepared pitches for four day first class games before.
AFP NewsRunner Davies dazzles as Flick betters Guardiola Bayern record Runner Alphonso Davies lived up to his nickname with another lightning sprint Saturday while Hansi Flick bettered Pep Guardiola record start as head coach of Bayern Munich, who opened a 10 point lead in the Bundesliga. Having defeated second placed Borussia Dortmund 1 0 away win in midweek, Bayern enjoyed a 5 0 romp over Fortuna Dusseldorf. As people revelled in soaring temperatures by flocking to beaches and parks, several members of the government own Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) told ministers they risked a second wave of infection.
I recently went into their Palo Alto store to check out their sunglasses. When I asked if they have anti reflective coating, I was told that they were polarized, which is better. I pointed out that there is no tradeoff between anti reflective coating (which is applied to the back of lenses) and polarization, and the salesperson parroted the same line without seeming to understand that she was missing the point.
We won’t see any spirit bears on this trip. They don’t lumber down to the riverbanks to fatten up on salmon until early fall. But the symbolic poster bear is once again being hauled out of hiding to front a growing conservation campaign against the Enbridge Inc.
I will read “Sightlines,” a new collection of essays from naturalist Kathleen Jamie, because there’s so much music in her prose. I will read “As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning,” the late poet Laurie Lee’s memoir, because his writing always stretches my idea of what English can do. I will read “Fauna and Family” by the endlessly funny animal enthusiast Gerald Durrell because I want to laugh more in 2014.