A deadline for states with visa waiver agreements with the US to start issuing a new generation of biometric passports to meet US demands has passed. (Click to read article)
Testing out the new iMacs with built in webcams, in a local superstore, I managed to get these pics uploaded just before we got kicked off…. those pesky kids, eh. Fancy being connected to the world wide web anyway in a store. Some guy was even in there checking out his emails and chatting online […]
I can’t resist the odd ecological rant now and then. So take note and take a stand… Kenya’s second largest river is a life-sustaining resource for these farmers, but it also sustains big business for flower farms supplying UK supermarkets. Read the article, click here.
So another year in the history of Coyote Vineyard comes to a close, as the grapes have been picked for wine making. Last year, they were harvested by friends and relatives of Annabel, all inexperienced and needless to say it took all day. Although the wine and cheese breaks didn’t help! This year she got […]
Just been reading the National Post, online edition and discovered some “alarming” news. U.S. aircraft on watch along U.S.-Canada Border Blackhawk helicopters and interceptor jets have begun patrolling Montana airspace along the U.S.-Canada border, and American officials say unmanned drones could be deployed as early as next year. But the U.S. is playing down the […]
Samuel was in charge of the camera, I told him to get us and the lake in. He didn’t do too bad. We took a hike up around Mount Boucherie over the weekend. The bottom end of Westbank is to the left of the photo, Lake Okanagan is to the right whilst Kelowna itself is […]