ONE MORE YEAR

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A Vancouver man is suing the Andy Warhol Foundation over a broken contract circa 1983 between himself and the late great Warhola over the recent auction of these polaroids. 

A Vancouver man is suing the Andy Warhol Foundation over a broken contract circa 1983 between himself and the late great Warhola over the recent auction of these polaroids. 

spring reading 

spring reading 

This is Canada. 

This is Canada. 

Photo by Jaclyn Herzog, based out of Kelowna, BC. 

Photo by Jaclyn Herzog, based out of Kelowna, BC. 

My mind is here. 

Photos by Colin Jones- photographer based in Vancouver, BC 

(Source: colinjjones)

This is my friend, Sarah. She is a poet. And lives in the middle of nowhere Canada. For a few more days. 
sarahburgoyne:

napowrimo #16

This is my friend, Sarah. She is a poet. And lives in the middle of nowhere Canada. For a few more days. 

sarahburgoyne:

napowrimo #16

(Source: oldchum)

1:40am, 03/01/12, middle-of-nowhere Washington State (driving time = 19 hours)

  • Gas station attendant: [insert inappropriately out-of-place joke about Canadians.]
  • Me: [sets my Canadian passport down on the counter next to my wallet and a cheap cup of coffee.]
  • Attendant: ...So you guys are Canadian?
  • Cam: Yep.
  • Attendant: [laughs] That's even better! Do you know the only thing Canada has contributed to the World?
  • Me: The Canadarm?
  • Attendant: Hockey! They invented a game where you can hit each other on ice!
  • Me & Cam: Huh! (and that's why you'll only ever work at that gas station for the rest of your life.)
PINEAPPLE EXPRESS |ˈpīˌnapəl ikˈspres|
a non-technical term for when an air mass from pineapple-paradise Hawaii drifts over to North America. This short-lived phenomenon lends to long walks in nothing but a sweater and hanging out at the beach with a good book… in December.

PINEAPPLE EXPRESS |ˈpīˌnapəl ikˈspres|

a non-technical term for when an air mass from pineapple-paradise Hawaii drifts over to North America. This short-lived phenomenon lends to long walks in nothing but a sweater and hanging out at the beach with a good book… in December.

Curling

|ˈkərli ng |
noun
a game played on ice, esp. in Scotland and Canada, in which large, round, flat stones are slid across the surface toward a mark. Members of a team use brooms to sweep the surface of the ice in the path of the stone to control its speed and direction.

In the last few weeks, I have realized that curling is the ultimate expression of Canadiana. Over the next few months, I will be documenting the Friday night curling culture in small-ish town British Columbia.