Monday, August 21, 2006

Fredericton Blues


The above picture is of the Christ Church Cathedral (Anglican Church actually) - a prominant landmark in Fredericton's Riverside Downtown area. This picture was taken when there was still enough snow on the ground to call it winter, but warm enough to wear only a fleece. It looks great in all seasons, but I suspect my favourite pictures of this landmark are taken in the fall.

Otherwise, I've gotten out of th habit of blogging or have become even more busy than I was before if that was possible. The "weekend" was productive with Gabe and I finishing painting the doors outside, helping my mom grocery shop, walking the dog, exercising, helping Geoff with the basement and visiting my Grandparents and Uncle Stevie. To top it off, I broke down and started reading Kushiel's Scion by Jacqueline Carey. So far I'm blown away by the wonderful story telling of the author, but I've put it down for the day to read about Coarse woody debris and its impacts on fluvial geomorhpology and flow in German Streams. Its been tough, but at least it was a pretty good paper.

Cheers,

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