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If It Is March, It Must Be Winter

Late snow fall causes Harlem cab pile-up. The Terrace Version.

I might have to panic. My instructions covered watering and spring rebirth, not snow plowing – new age composting, not thawing the yeti. Oh well. At least the sourdough is safe in the fridge. “Ya stopped on a fresh red light, ya moron! Five of us coulda’ gotten…

The Simplest Things

Often the best, and yes, latitude matters

Whether it is bubbly, salmon, bread and butter, milk tarts for dessert and a luxuriant garden all around for lunch, candlelit suppers, simple salads with a magic touch, or even an overlook of Kalk Bay’s Olympia Cafe with creamy polenta on the way, these are…

Have Mercy, Pam

Category 5 Cyclone Pam plows its way through defensless Vanuatu Islands

The chart below was issued by the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) at 12:00Z which would be some 5 hours ago as I quickly post this on Friday afternoon lunch break. Category 5 cyclone Pam is charging through the Vanuatu islands on a south-southeast course….

Airborne, YUL-LGA

Aerial pictures of a winter flight from Montreal to New York LaGuardia

Being more accustomed to transcontinental flights these days – the long-haul, settle-in, find your sweet spot and economize patience and energy, ocean-facing departures, high altitude cruise and straight-in approaches, much movie watching despite the small screens, LCD’s reflecting the confinement, cabin crew diving in turns to their secret rest area below…

Woodstock, Winter, White

Yet another escape towards the Catskills yields peace and beauty

So time has passed but the flame burns hot. Recently, a small celebration was in order after seven years of blaze. They decided to get out of the Big Apple for the allotted two days of a city-slave weekend. He rented, through a phone app, bits back and forth and no…

Kirstenbosch Flowers

A few gems from Cape Town's National Botanical Garden

These were taken last December, during a ritual visit to Kirstenbosch which is located just a stone’s throw away when we are at home in Constantia, South Africa. In the background, Table Mountain’s majestic cliffs. Pincushion