A visit to the Mer Bleue Bog
Visiting the National Military Cemetery affords me an opportunity to stop and think about the vast numbers of Canadians that lost their lives in war and peace. As a retired military member it reminds me of the harm that the … Continue reading
Section 103 – the National Military Cemetery of the Canadian Forces The central monument of Section 103 is dedicated to the men and women of the Canadian Forces who served our country with honour and distinction. The monument is located … Continue reading
Behold – the Eastern Grey Squirrel starring me down in Ottawa. Black squirrels are melanistic grey squirrels, just like a black panther is to a leopard. The black ones are said to be slightly more tolerant of cold and camouflage … Continue reading
A dead-end alley between buildings shows the gritty underbelly of Ottawa. That grittiness is common to all large Canadian cities, as is the street art that is there if you look for it…
A bit of Ontario, somewhere between Cochrane and Kapusksing, perhaps near Smooth Rock Falls. I’ think this is probably a replica mine head frame.
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This goes back to July 2013, when I just happened to be at the Bomarc Site in North Bay. In the fall of 1958 Prime Minister John Diefenbaker’s Conservative government announced an agreement with the US to deploy two squadrons … Continue reading
XA-FLC, a 2012 Dassault Falcon 2000 N440CX, a 2008 Hawker Beechcraft Corp Hawker 850XP C-FTRP, a 2008 Gulfstream G150
C-FCJU, a CargoJet Boeing B-727-260A/F at the Ottawa airport
A trip to Ottawa would not be complete without visiting the National Research Council 9 m wind tunnel research facility.