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mark a rayner | scribblings, squibs & sundry monkey joys: A reversible limerick

Bonus: nobody comes from Nantucket in this one. Alltop makes an annual pilgrimage to Nantucket. Comic by SMBC. Check out his Patreon page.

Saskboy's Abandoned Stuff: Go To Wood Mountain #exploresask

The Wood Mountain Folk Festival is today, Saturday Aug. 24, 2013, at the Mergel Ranch. On Friday I drove down from Regina in my $50 rental car (for 3 days, from Enterprise). It’s getting 5.7L/100km highway driving in ECO mode. 2013 Elantra, Hyundai. I successfully passed a semi along the way in the hills.

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Saskboy's Abandoned Stuff: End Point

If we pass the point of no return, we will have runaway global warming and the end point is human extinction. I don’t think people quite get that yet.

I know many who don’t take the issue of civilization’s survivability very seriously. Most of my peers have grown up hearing that climate change is happening, . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: End Point

Saskboy's Abandoned Stuff: Mini Solar Tour in the Fog of Wood Mountain and Glentworth

I went on a road trip Saturday with my friend Adam K., down to my parents’ place, and his grandparents’ farm. On the way around southern Saskatchewan, we saw close to 150 deer and antelope, a snowy owl, a dozen hawks, a handful of Canada Geese, smaller birds, two dead raccoons, and the final resting . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: Mini Solar Tour in the Fog of Wood Mountain and Glentworth

THE FIFTH COLUMN: Ireland Bike Tour – Post Bike Tour Slide Shows

After the bike tour we stayed in Ennis for a few days and took a bus to Limerick for a day tour.

The most interesting observation we made was that while Ennis had narrow streets with one lane one way traffic and narrow sidewalks, much of Limerick had wide streets with one lane one way . . . → Read More: THE FIFTH COLUMN: Ireland Bike Tour – Post Bike Tour Slide Shows