Tag Archives: glacier

lunch anyone?

Toronto. Our secretary, Louise Freyburger, was browsing the news Friday when she came across an article on CTV News about old cameras discovered recently  in a Yukon glacier in the KLUANE NATIONAL PARK AND RESERVE.  A cache of equipment belonging to … Continue reading

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Gigaplex in 2011 Vancouver

Toronto. At my daughter’s the other day I saw the new era of television. Her set is a huge flat screen sitting over the fireplace in her downstairs  family room. Fired up, it has many many icons for netflix, games, … Continue reading

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Khumbu glacier in gigaplex

Toronto, October 28, 2013. Last December Ken Metcalfe out on the West Coast sent me an interesting article from the Washington Post. David Breashears photographed  the erosion of the Khumbu glacier (next to Mount Everest) from the inroads of climate … Continue reading

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