It is impossible to believe that another year has gone by.
Not sure where it went, but it was a year of interesting events. I actually completed and released my book, TRASHED, after a four year effort. I honestly wondered if I would ever get it completed. It never would have happened without the support and efforts of Elizabeth Fournier and my awesome editor, Joyce Gram.
And, to my surprise, we are getting excellent reviews from all who have read it. That makes it all worthwhile.
My book led me to writing this blog which I have come to enjoy. My thanks to Guy Crittenden, and his people, for creating the opportunity.
I am not sure how many readers there are for the blog but my resolution in 2011 will be to try and be more concise and interesting. I believe there is definitely a place for the real story of how the interaction of politics, the media and the environmental movement can affect projects, large and small, across Canada.
So, I’ll be taking a short break. I will be spending Christmas and New Year’s at my home in Canmore, Alberta; a little skiing and family time. By the way I will be cooking my fifth Christmas Dinner in a row – that is a record.
Be safe, and I look forward to touching base with you in the New Year.
TRASHED! How Political Garbage Made the United States Canada’s Largest Dump