Cochin Lighthouse

September 17, 2012 § Leave a comment

Province, I’m pleased to announce that a stone has been returned to the Legislative building! Chris Fiddler found it at Cochin Lighthouse, and made a special trip with a friend to participate in the project. Though five stones have been discovered (so far as I know), this is the first to make its way back as I had intended. Hooray! Thanks for participating, Chris!

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The Falling-Downs

September 11, 2012 § Leave a comment

Province, I do adore your old falling-down buildings.

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Travel Snaps

September 10, 2012 § Leave a comment

Province, as I prepare to set out on another journey, I thought I’d share a few images from the last.

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Ode to Berger

September 9, 2012 § Leave a comment

I have many to thank for their help on this project, and John Thauberger is certainly someone worthy of my undying gratitude. His favourite number is 9, so I thought this 1930’s jersey from a member of the Tyndall Manitoba hockey team seemed right. Also, today is his birthday, hooray!

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A Few Friends

September 7, 2012 § Leave a comment

Province, you are full of lovely creatures, two-legged and otherwise. I had the opportunity to make friends with some of them on this last trip. And I was lucky to have my oldest best-friend, Angie Fidelak, for wonderful company. Thanks, sister!

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Found Not-So-Much Later

September 7, 2012 § 2 Comments

You know, Province, it can be difficult to gauge how obvious a stone will be to passersby. I have placed one in the most conspicuous spot and watched as numerous people passed within inches of it, yet it remained completely unseen. I wish I could know how many people are blind to each stone before that one person pays attention. Sometimes, I think Tyndall has the power of invisibility. Sometimes, I play a little game, and make the cube very apparent so that I may see how long discovery takes. All of this to say, a fourth stone has been found in Findlater!

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Diefenbaker Discovery!

September 6, 2012 § Leave a comment

Province, a third stone has been found! This one was hidden at the John G. Diefenbaker homestead in Borden, SK.

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