I guess my journey into cake decorating began from a desire to make my friend’s birthdays special by baking them a cake. I couldn’t remember the last time I had received one for my birthday and the memory of such a gift inspired me to reintroduce this custom amongst my friends. At first I was making fairly straight forward cakes and decorating them with fancy writing or candy, but after a while, I started to get more excited by the challenge of more difficult 3D designs.
There are still 21 days of summer left but at this time of the year everyone is back at work, the children are in school and it’s now time to “knuckle down” for a little while at least. So here it goes …
Aries (March 21 – April 19) Adventure
The search for personal knowledge can be hazardous as nobody can guarantee it, just danger and a long adventure with every possibility of going astray and never reaching the goal. But one this is certain, the very search will help you grow. With danger, sacrifice, and moving into the unknown comes growth – accept the challenge and make it an adventure.
Taurus. (April 20 – May 20) Change
Playlist by Rebecca's Ragin' on a Carshare Roadtrip!
Bon Jovi – Livin’ On a Prayer
Gun’s n’ Roses – Sweet Child O’ Mine
Tracy Chapman – Crossroad
J Geils Band – Centrefold
Queen – Don’t Stop Me Now
Keith Urban – Somebody Like You
The Specials – A Message to You Rudy
Madness – One Step Beyond
The Ramones – Blitzkreig Bop
AC/DC – Highway to Hell
Tom Cochrane – Life Is a Highway
Red Hot Chilli Peppers – Higher Ground
Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick n’ Tich – Hold Tight
Neil Diamond – Cracklin’ Rosie
Runrig – Loch Lomond
Last month was all about the challenges of dealing with big files; especially the limits of drives and computers. There were a lot of big numbers. This month I promise that there will be very few numbers as we continue the discussion around the challenges of moving large files.
I regularly get asked for solutions to several related problems: sharing large files, syncing files across separate computers and backing up files safely.
Ebtu’s journey continues on the path of becoming an energy efficient home. As the unfolding takes place installation of current technologies are instrumental in moving Ebtu from being an excessive user of BTUs to an efficient user of BTUs. One of the most important aspects of moving towards energy efficiency is replacing the furnace. Ebtu’s new furnace is a 95% efficient, high efficiency furnace.
Sealing off all duct work.
For the summer, my life consists of learning through service. I am living at the Crowsnest Lake Bible Camp (CLBC) as part of a volunteer staff that allows this miraculous camp to run, year after year.
The eight years that my family ran a small inn and French restaurant in Mont Tremblant, Quebec were instrumental in creating who we all are today. I worked in the restaurant business for many years afterward while travelling around Canada looking for a place to call home and have always loved food and cooking.
Vitamin D is a vitamin that has been getting a lot of press over the past year, particularly since some research was published supporting its ability to prevent H1N1. It is an important vitamin to know about, as we live in a northern latitude without much sunlight in the winter and in a culture that has been trained to either avoid the sun completely or to religiously use sunblock.
This column began a few months ago in an effort to uncover individuals in Fernie that manage work, families, social lives, and a training regime.
Photo by Dave Brown & Fernie Fly Fishing
The weather has been cool and wet but the fishing has been hot on dry flies. The Elk has been on fire.
Through July, as a general rule, Stoneflies were coming off in big numbers earlier in the day, with massive Mayfly hatches in the afternoon followed by Caddis hatches in the early evening. That's not unusual, but the Mayfly hatches were exceptional.