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Tag archive: Manitoba

The Canadian Advantage – Why Canadians are Smiling

During its reportage of the Vancouver Winter Olympics, NBC is covering all thing Canadian and are correctly portraying Canadians as generally polite, reserved, dedicated, hard working and happy. At the Inn some of our fellow workers were talking about how much more friendly Canadians seem to be. Canadians are not friendlier than Americans. Nor are…

Happiness is where you are

Where else can it be? In my last writing I noted the explosion of life in Manitoba – here’s a field of canola: And here are Dana’s gardens at the Stanford Inn – she planted wildflowers, where last was a 4-H project – now in summer hiatus. Nature in explosions of color is happiness. And…

We take a vacation

Joan left Mendocino to visit relatives in Winnipeg and Matlock, both in Manitoba. We have a cottage about 100 yards from Lake Winnipeg – a huge lake which drains to the north into Hudson ‘s Bay. I followed a week later, July 29th, 2008. At the Lake, there is only very slow dial-up and these…

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