The latest in fashion sewed by my wife Yumi. She even inserted a bendy metal strip on the top for a tighter seal. I can now go out in public after eating garlic sausage. . . Thanks, honey!
You will note the environmentally aware bumblebee pattern :-).
The advice on masks has swung back and forth. Yes, they may not protect you from the virus, but at least your exhalations won’t be floating around. . . And some stores are demanding you wear one before they will let you in, eh?
Saw this on the Byrne Creek trail in SE Burnaby today. Great reminder!
And crows chasing a hawk, and more salmonid fry in the creek.
Lovely signs of spring in south Burnaby, BC.
While we watched the prime minister on TV this morning with our tea, we also had a fine display from our feathered friends!
Hummers, juncos, chickadees, nuthatches, sparrows. . .
We should always stand shoulder to shoulder against racism, but in these times we need to be even more on guard.
As more reports of racist abuse appear related to Covid, I vow to speak up to any assholes exhibiting such behavior. .
We cannot, and will not, allow such behavior to blossom.
Canadians are better than this.
Don’t behave like an asshole, eh?
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