If it walks like a vacation, and quacks like a vacation…

By David Parkinson

Somehow, amongst all of the chores and preparation for the 50-Mile Eat-Local Challenge and Edible Garden Tour, not to mention being part of the startup team of a cooperative, this summer is keeping me jumping. I’ve been writing a huge amount: articles for local publications, minutes, and emails; and somehow I seem to keep coming around to the weekly deadline without anything to say that seems worth saying. (Or that I haven’t already said.)

So I’m going to follow my co-blogger’s lead and knock off for a while. I’ll be out there helping to put together the aforementioned 50-Mile Eat-Local Challenge and Edible Garden Tour, picking and processing fruit, and staying busy enough. With luck, I’ll have something to say from time to time. But until Labour Day I think that my posting will be sporadic.

Have a good summer!

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2 Responses to “If it walks like a vacation, and quacks like a vacation…”


  1. 1 Owlfarmer August 3, 2010 at 20:15

    I arrived at this blog via Powell River Books and must say that I can’t wait until you guys get back. One of the splendid and reassuring aspects of the blogosphere is the opportunity to encounter like-minded folk. I look forward to browsing through your archive and enjoying post-summer commentaries.

  2. 2 David Parkinson August 3, 2010 at 20:17

    Thanks so much! Nice to know we’re missed when we step away from the microphone. I’m definitely looking forward to getting back to blogging when the days shorten up a little more and the crazy summertime merry-go-round slows down a bit.

    Stay tuned…


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