Monthly Archives: November 2018
My wife said she’s heard there was a ruined castle worth seeing near Emmendingen, about 45 minutes away by train. It was a sunny Sunday afternoon, and we be walking anyway. Why not walk in Emmendingen? It seems sometimes there is a ruined castle on every hill in Germany. The hill just outside Sulzburg, Castellberg, […]
A “picture is worth a thousand words” type of post today. Some more of the photos I took last Saturday at Freiburg’s Christmas market.
With November ending, Advent and Christmas markets are in full swing throughout Europe. I guess it is the European version of Christmas shopping frenzy. Last year was the first time I had experienced this sort of thing, and I may have overdone it. I took in seven or eight markets – eventually realizing there’s not […]
About two-thirds of the way through The Last Hour I began to wonder if anyone at the publishing house had bothered to read the book before accepting it for publication. I think it was the smugness that annoyed me more than anything. Amir Tsarfati is sure of his beliefs and his interpretation of Biblical prophecy. […]
You may just be waking up and reading this. I’m a little confused as to what time it is. Watched the CFL championship game, the Grey Cup, which had a kickoff at just after 12:30 a.m. my time. I tried to nap a little before the game, but it wasn’t long enough to feel rested. […]
Last November, for the first time in years, I didn’t watch the Grey Cup game, the Canadian Football League championship. I decided the midnight start was a bit too late given that I had to work in the morning. Tonight’s game is another midnight start (my time), but I will be watching. If I had […]
I had a book review all ready to go for today, then yesterday evening I went out for a walk. That made me change my mind. I try to get some exercise in every day, which for me means a walk, either in the Black Forest or the vineyards near Sulzburg. Early to mid-afternoons seem […]