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A small Yellow Lady's Slipper, seen along the Blue Mountains section of the Bruce Trail. #flowers   #orchids  
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One of the many delightful benches along the Beaver Valley section of the Bruce Trail.
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Memento of a great day of hiking in the Beaver Valley. #BruceTrail
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Why did I ask for those LLAP selfies? It was a task for a charity scavenger hunt I was doing. Here is what we made with your help! And I put it into Guinness to see if it makes a world record!
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A fun week, despite being chased from Mew Lake by blackflies.
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A Northern Holly Fern; Polystichum ionchitis.
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What a great weekend of hiking.
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Albion Falls in Hamilton, Ontario.
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A traveller on the journey of life.
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I come from the Cactus Capital of Canada.

Interests: hiking, camping, photography, birding, nature, craft beer.
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University and college educated.
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research, audio editing
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The Princeton Companion to Mathematics - Google Books
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EVERY year several dictionary publishers and the American Dialect Society announce their picks for Word of the Year. It's a tricky exercise.

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Death to satire
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What we wrote…
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Nice idea, now make it work
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EXPECT righteous indignation, laced with racial animosity, at the week-long annual deliberations of the International Criminal Court (ICC) t

A big bet on small
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Gables B&B
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Victorian Century Home. Beautiful garden setting. Cozy vintage decor.

Adventurers of the Year 2014/2015 - National Geographic
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Adventurers of the Year 2014/2015: National Geographic presents 14 people whose extraordinary achievements in exploration, adventure sports,

In Defense of Indiana Jones, Archaeologist | Tor.com
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Indiana Jones isn't actually that bad of an archaeologist in the context of the field, says Max Gladstone.

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Grimm brothers’ fairytales have blood and horror restored in new transla...
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‘It is time for parents and publishers to stop dumbing down the tales for children,’ says editor of uncut edition

Steven Pinker’s Bad Grammar - The New Yorker
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In his new book “The Sense of Style,” the brain scientist is trying to shoot down basic principles of the English language.

It's not you
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IT’S time for a breakup. The person you have been seeing is lovely, but a relationship is not what you want right now. How do you break the

The Amazons of the dark net
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THE first ever e-commerce transaction, conducted by students from Stanford and MIT in the early 1970s, involved the sale of a small quantity

I've been to the Brewhouse a number of times: whether just for a drink or for a meal. I've always enjoyed the food and the beer; the only issue I've ever had is that one a couple of occasions, some of the beers I was hoping to order were out. No complaints otherwise.
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