Saturday, September 24, 2016
Journeys Into A Journey into Kitsault: A Ghost Town Frozen in Time

A Journey into Kitsault: A Ghost Town Frozen in Time

In a land of unique places, Kitsault, B.C.  is especially different. The town of Kitsault was built in the late 1970s along Alice Arm to serve the nearby Amax molybdenum mine. The town, located in northern B.C. on the Alice Arm, was constructed by U.S. mining conglomerate Phelps Dodge, according to Kitsault’s website. The plan was Read Article

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Saturday, September 24, 2016
Journeys Into The Smallest Post Office in Canada

The Smallest Post Office in Canada

Not too long ago we heard much in the news about the revamping of home postal service. It got us to thinking about post offices as well. A few years back we did a feature about the smallest post office in the U.S. (Ochopee, Florida). So, we were curious about where the smallest post office Read Article

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Saturday, September 24, 2016
Journeys Into Passing: Phyllis Shlafly

Passing: Phyllis Shlafly

It happened a while back but we wanted to acknowledge the passing of Phyllis Schlafly. She was known to the public as an important and controversial political activist and voice in the American social/political discourse over many years. Less known her tie to an important family in the modern history of American brewing. In the Read Article

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Saturday, September 24, 2016
Journeys Into A Dodger Farewell to Vin Scully

A Dodger Farewell to Vin Scully

On Friday Night September 23 Dodger Stadium was the scene of a classy and stirring ceremony to honor Vin Scully who is retiring from the broadcast booth after 67 years. On hand were the likes of Kevin Costner and Sandy Koulfax. A wonderful tribute video was shown as well. Finally, Mr. Scully led the Dodger Read Article

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Saturday, September 24, 2016
Journeys Into “The Cheese Capital of Canada”

“The Cheese Capital of Canada”

OK – I knew it would be only a matter of time before I would have to start wading diplomatically among various municipal claims of civic pride. After all, I had some experience navigating among various U.S. claims of communities touting themselves as the “BBQ Capital of America” or “Pie Capital” or some similar designation. Read Article

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