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Bradley Cooper
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Just another world-famous, rockstar winemaker.
Just another world-famous, rockstar winemaker.

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Great year for Audralee and I as we grew our little project to almost 500 cases of premium Pinot Noir across four distinct sub-labels.  One of these days we'll push beyond virtual and become something tangible.  In the meantime, keep in touch at http://blackcloudpinotnoir.com/ and have a great 2015!
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Thanks for all the birthday greetings.  I'm getting more senior discounts every year. 

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This impressive small hotel in Kaslo, BC is a great spot to stay when starting your West Kootenay adventure.  Whether you're ready to tackle the big trout of Kootenay Lake, the awesome peaks of the Selkirks or Purcells or the quiet historic ruins of the mining ghost towns; Kaslo is a compact and friendly town with all the amenities you'll need for your visit.
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If you're traveling to British Columbia's West Kootenays, a day hike is in order to take in the spectacular alpine scenery and look down on the fjord-like lakes in the deep valleys below. This is Idaho Peak, near New Denver. Below is Slocan Lake looking south-southwest. A one lane gravel forest access road takes you to the edge of the treeline (high clearance, 4 X 4 recommended) and from the parking area it's a short and easy walk over an hour to the former fire lookout at the top.
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This is terrifying!

Ignore me at your own peril, Google+  - Blackberry owners.

Thanks for the invite.  I'll try to contribute as I see fit.

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Happy Winter Solstice!

Today marks the winter solstice, when the daily path of the Sun in the sky has its lowest peak - or, if you prefer, the north pole of the Earth's axis is tipped away from the Sun as much as it can. From now on we get longer days, shorter nights, and a Sun edging up higher every day in the sky. Yay!

Here's the science behind the real reason for the seasons:

 http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2012/12/21/winter_solstice_2012_the_axial_tilt_of_the_earth_is_the_real_reason_for.html
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It's flipping big
A huge thanks to Tourism British Columbia for sharing my latest blog post showcasing just how big BC really is. #geography   #cartography  
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