The numbers tell the tale.
“So you’ve decided to Chase the Ace …”
You know, I really think there’s a place in the market for a “What to Expect When You’re Expecting”-style handbook for the latest in charity efforts.
Ah, language — I spend most of my days wrapped up in it, struggling to find the best way to communicate. Trying to find a lexicon plain enough to be widely understood, yet particular and detailed enough to make subtle, careful distinctions between things.
Don’t make the mistake of thinking it can’t happen here.
Because it clearly could, and some would argue that it has already started.
Dear editor: As this summer of 2017 continues, so to do the number of people anxious to descend the Humber River from Steady Brook to Ballam Bridge in their rubber rafts.
My wife and I have been coming to Newfoundland for over a decade. We explored Carbonear and Harbour Grace, where my paternal grandparents were born and emigrated to the Boston Shore. My wife suggested Newfoundland, she had roots in childhood where her father was a US Air Force officer at Pepperrell Air Force Base in St John’s.