Tag: postcard collecting

  • Joy Is One Postcard Away

    Joy Is One Postcard Away


    The coronavirus pandemic has made home-bodies out of us all. Except for our mail carrier, I haven’t seen anyone but my wife in six days, but I have plenty of company – the piles of recently purchased postcards on my desk. Join me in finding Joy.

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  • Collectors and Their Topics

    Collectors and Their Topics


    It was Friday morning and I was on my way home after playing a very minor role in the formation of the International Polar Bear Conservation Centre at the Assiniboine Park Zoo in Winnipeg, Manitoba. I made my way to the passenger lounge at the airport, sat quietly for a few minutes and thought of…

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  • Hello, my name is George

    Hello, my name is George


    [Editor’s note: I like getting email from our readers. I don’t always answer, but I appreciate the efforts readers make to express opinions about our articles. This message came to the editor’s email box unsolicited. After reading it I was quite amused; for I too remember the Carter years and the high interest rates of…

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Past Article

Shav LaVigne
The eruption of a volcano is the earth’s most dramatic and dynamic natural phenomena. An eruption is difficult to predict but when one occurs the scientists come from miles away just to observe.

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