Monthly Archives: November 2010

Chasing 17th Century Pirate, Peter Easton, thru Newfoundland

Studying Newfoundland history in grade school, I heard rumblings about pirates. And growing up in Corner Brook, with a dad that loved everything to do with the water, and who studied the lore of Captain Cook and the various island shipwrecks, … Continue reading

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Get a Will before Vacay- Guest post by Leslie J. Kirk

It’s guest blog Monday, and today I’m fortunate to have Leslie J. Kirk, a lawyer with Michael J. Farrell & Associate, write about the reasons you should have your family’s will in order before you take a vacay. Leslie is … Continue reading

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Airport Security – Humour & Outrage in the Pat Downs

With the US thanksgiving holiday, increased security measures at US airports got a lot of attention, and criticism from passengers.  Facebook has a swell of activity from US passengers with its “national opt out” day, and news stories have covered … Continue reading

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Food Allergies? Beaches will treat you right!

Earlier this week, I wrote a post about Disney being able to handle food allergies right, and take away the cares of parents who have to contend with allergies.  Having specialized in Disney vacations for years, my clients’ concerns have … Continue reading