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Snowblind

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45 A Little More Kick Ass

About Snowblind

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  • Age in Years
    57
  • Gender
    Male
  • Sexuality
    Gay
  • Favorite Genres
    Comedy
  • Location
    Saskatchewan
  • Interests
    Not very much.

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  1. This will be lost on the Americans as well as the others not from Canada, but I'm sorry, but a university in NFLD? Professor approaches podium dressed in slicker, resembles "Fisherman's Friend" spokes person. Taps mic, "Is dis here ding on? itis eh? Alrights there buddies, set your asses down in them there chairs. We's gonna talk about beheading Cod fishes to day with a special session on getting tour hours in for pogey." Student asks, "Wii dat cover da time I's in McMurray?" "Yas it will there buddy. We alls go to McMurray to work and get our hours during the winter." (says a guy from McMurray but stuck in Saskatchewan now.)🤣🤣
  2. Snowblind

    Chapter 21

    You will chuckle, yes I am in Northeast Saskatchewan, Canada. The snowblind was more common than I realized when I signed up for an email account. It was a tribal name given to me as a paramedic working in the north/isolated posts symbolizing being blind to any persons differences but treating all equal/the same. I also had a Dene name given to me which is impossible to write here but translates to 'mosquito landing strip' for my bald head. We all laughed so hard at that, drinking tea together while I listened to their stories.
  3. Snowblind

    Chapter 21

    Absolutely wonderful story Wayne. Thank you for writing it.
  4. Yes. Sorry should've said so. We have them and cougars (4 legged type) still running wild around here. They are such a beautiful animal to watch run across the snow top.
  5. The mountains, yes. I grew up in Alberta but live in Saskatchewan now where a mountain is the snow piled up from the parking lot. I spent my youth camping all over northern Alberta, many times alone. Like you said, the sky, the trees (aspen when they aren't fluffing), the smell of fresh cut spruce and the sound I miss so much is the loon in the evening. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ib0CxvL8Bp8 I attached a picture you would appreciate. This was north of town 2 or 3 weeks ago. Mom and her kids were on the road as I came around the corner. Beautiful.
  6. Snowblind

    Pickled Garlic

    I live in what is called "The Garlic Belt" of Saskatchewan. Garlic is and goes into EVERYTHING great!
  7. Hi. Don't know what to say on things like this. I've enjoyed reading the stories here for years. I apologize to people as I realize that I should've been sending messages to the authors to support them. Keep up the good work everyone and I'll get more messages off. Bruce
  8. A grandfather was talking to his grandson. He said: "All people live are two wolves fighting. One is evil. It is anger, fear, envy, jealousy, sadness, arrogance, self-pity, lies, superiority and ego. The other is good. It is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, benevolence, empathy, truth and trust. " "Which wolf wins?" asked the child. "The one you feed," replied the grandfather.
  9. The Perfect Wedding. It a light, wonderful romance story.
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