Author Archives: Isabel Gibson

What John Said

Happy Canada Day – and yes, many more like it. Well, without the physical distancing. Continue reading

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In Movement Status

The real reason they read like that. Continue reading

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Good as the Best

And now here’s the civil engineers heard from. Continue reading

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Scissors Face 2

After 45 years they winked at me, I swear. Continue reading

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I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes to the Molehills

New forms of industry. Continue reading

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They Grow Up So Fast

And the circle of life continues. Continue reading

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Feeling Centered (or Close to It)

Another look at the science [sic] of geographical centres. Continue reading

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Who’s Smart, Who’s Thought-Provoked?

“Who’s smart, who’s dumb?” as Ross Perot used to say. Continue reading

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A Curiously Unmodified Railroad

An exasperated rant inspired by superfluous non-necessities. Continue reading

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