Thursday, April 9, 2015

I Be Grinnin' :D

~ Hitting The Road ~

I'll update y'all when the Wifi kicks in...

In the meantime, have one on me ;-)

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Just Passing Through...

Between renovations in my apartment, work, and prepping for a highly anticipated road trip, I've been a little busy over the last few days... More soon :-)

If you don't get the reference, revisit THIS post ;-)

Monday, April 6, 2015

MissK ~ The Younger Years

Protecting da precious bacon seed ;-)

Ahh.... Spring is in the Air

Damn it!!!

Well it's not that bad, although we did get close to a foot over the weekend.
I really thought spring was here :( Dare I say it? For the fifth time now...
This was the last storm!!!! I better be right this time :P

Friday, April 3, 2015

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

It's Been A Long Day.....

....Early to bed. Sweet Dreams ;-)

My Own Little Paradise

I recently got my hands on an awesome little woodlot.
I took this first pic a few weeks ago. The snow was still way too deep to venture in,
so I snapped a shot off the neighbor's land.

Last Friday I decided to strap on my snowshoes...

Amen :)

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Roll up the Rim ~ Come and Gone

My fellow Canadians know all too well
about this dilemma.

I would get my coffee thinking...
"This one's a car :-)" or better yet...
"A shitload of money!!! :D"
But nope :(

They should save some ink and write "Sorry" instead :P
Comme vraiment là?!! Trois cafés p'un beigne... Grrrr

Then there's the BONUS RIM ??

My Lucky ~ Horse?

Yep, that was him a few minutes ago...
Now he's all pooped ;-)

Notice his faithful hard-as-a-rock
frozen tennis ball by his front paws.
Aka "Chewing Gum"

Amazing Colourised War Images

A few days ago, AngryMike posted a link
to some of these awesome colourised images. 
I thought they were fascinating. Here's a few more of them...

"The Unknown Soldier"

"No Fear"
Lieutenant (later Lieutenant Commander) Walter Lewis Chewning of Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, (February 19, 1914 - February 4, 1990) steps on the burning fuel tank of an F6F-3 Hellcat flown by Ensign (later Lieutenant) Byron Milton Johnson of Potter, Nebraska (May 19, 1920 - February 20, 2005) to effect a successful rescue of the pilot on November 10, 1943. Source
 You can see the rescue @ 5:35 of THIS Video 

Lot's more images below the brake.
Check out the links if you want more info.