Tag Archive: Antarctica

Moon Photo KDG

Its probably not blue in color or mood sensitive but here’s a thought save any unnecessary grief (dumping ) on your future and the future of the planet, global warming and conflict in a jar of thoughts and trash it under the next blue moon fully 8 months away. Tell me if it helped…



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October 31st 2020 Blue moon

The time between one full moon and the next is close to the length of a calendar month. So the only time one month can have two full moons is when the first full moon happens in the first few days of the month. This happens every two to three years, so these sorts of Blue Moons come about that often.

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On this Day: January 17th 1773

The Antarctic circle crossed by sailors of Great Britain.

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Antarctica at its finest

Image by HamishM via Flickr


There is a good book out at the Country bugs book store it sells for just under 50 dollars and it chronicles the time of Vancouver in a pictorial commentary. The City of Vancouver is century and a quarter old and is a dynamic beautiful city in a surreal setting of harbour and snow-capped ski mountains.

The book is by Chuck Davis and is called the Chuck Davis history of Metroplolitain Vancouver

Today in History, January 20, 2007

The trek of over one thousand miles arrives at the Pole of inaccessibility  in Antarctica, first time since 1958 and first time without mechanized devices.

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