Sunday, August 31, 2008
Want to avoid a mess like the one Liquorking manager Ally Dykes found in his wine cellar following a powerful earthquake in Gisborne, New Zealand in late December of 2007?
Check out Wired.com's guide to Earthquake proofing your four walled goodie bag.
The largest collection of antique shipwrecks ever found in Norway has been discovered under mud at the building site for a new highway tunnel in Oslo. Archaeologist Jostein Gundersen said at least nine wooden boats, the largest of which is 17 meters, or 56 feet, long were found well preserved nearly 400 years after they sank at Bjoervika.
I've been away for quite some time due to a consuming Costuming project. Alas, it is finnished and I am here to give more random tandems of travel and urge culture to, well, whoever might one day accidentally view this sight. I hope you enjoy the colby jack map of Canada!