Category Archives: Who Are You?

Remembering “In Flanders Fields”

Our little town of Lac du Bonnet Manitoba Canada had (or has) many war veterans. My Grandpa Goulet was in WW1. Both my father Lorne and his brother (my uncle) Ron enlisted and fought in Europe during WW11. My uncle … Continue reading

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Vault Magazine: For the Modern Flaneur

If the picture of the back of your head in a major life style magazine can make you famous then I may be on the right track. Check it out. Here is the back of my head… Vault Magazine sent a … Continue reading

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Common Sense and Seaplane Flying

“Common sense is no longer common,” says a veteran pilot talking about training new recruits. I have heard that phrase before but in most cases the person saying it has no idea of what it means or, in this case, … Continue reading

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Seaplane Pilots and South Seas Pearls

Since early times gold, silver, diamonds and pearls have been on the top of man’s list of the most sought after and cherished valuables. Gold, silver and diamonds are formed and forged by heat and pressure during violent fluctuations deep within our earth’s inhospitable … Continue reading

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Shades of Black – A Good Neighbor

In Memory of Douglas John Silvester For you, after you die, there is nothing.  A void. A blackness. For the still-living, when you die, you still exist. The memory of who you were lives on. Who you were (a good guy – … Continue reading

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