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The Professor’s Daughter

The Professor’s Daughter published in 1997 by First Second (New York, NY) was drawn by Emmanuel Guibert and written by Joann Sfar. I didn’t find it delighted me as much as Gene Luen Yang’s books from the same publisher. This … Continue reading

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Historic Trees in the Guelph area – Part 2

Go to Part One So according to the biologists who like to categorize broad ecosystems or biomes, Guelph is just in the Mixed Deciduous/Coniferous Association of the Deciduous Forest Zone. OK. But what do other sources tell us? I’ve begun … Continue reading

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Historic Trees in the Guelph area – Part 1

A common wish for many amateur and professional historians is to take that special trip back in time to see what was with their own eyes. But when they alight back in reality they have to do what everyone else … Continue reading

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Sainte Marie among the Wendat

I’ve been to the Sainte-Marie among the Hurons historical site three times (once in the seventies as a child, 2 years ago and this past week) and enjoyed it very much each time. What was a fun family trip when … Continue reading

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The man spoke

As he spoke I realized how much I was missing. I struggled to seize the moment more out of civility than desire I was tired from staying up the night before trying to be all that the Master Chief could … Continue reading

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