Monthly Archives: June 2011

Sunlight

Rosa woke up before me this morning and started her morning routine (doing her hair, picking out clothes). Eventually I began to stir. She came back into the bedroom and opened the curtains, letting the sunlight flood in. The sunlight … Continue reading

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2011 Cadillac Driver Training Program

Today I had the opportunity to participate in the Cadillac Driver Training Program at Calabogie Motorsports Park (CMP). It was a good day with great weather and happy Cadillac owners! As a customer day, the instructors were asked to dress with … Continue reading

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Fukushima correction

More information has been coming out about the earliest moments of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear incident and the design of the reactors. It turns out that I was incorrect in surmising that the results of the experiment at Chernobyl or perhaps … Continue reading

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Beethoven’s Ninth

This evening, Rosa and I went to the NAC for a performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony by the National Arts Centre Orchestra (NACO). Rosa bought the tickets after I had expressed how much I enjoy the symphony; it is one of … Continue reading

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2011 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada at iCar

I had the pleasure of working again with the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada professional race series, this time at Circuit iCar built on the apron of the Montréal-Mirabel International Airport. The weekend headliner was NASCAR Canadian Tire Series. Castrol Canadian Touring Car … Continue reading

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