Too good to resist as we close in on our Fourth of July down south! Well done Archonsden, well done!
July 1 is CANADA DAY!
In celebration, I slept in till after noon….wait, that’s my regular schedule. In any case, it took me a while to get my mind firing on all three cylinders, steal research the following fascinating information about my great country, and get it out to all my foreign followers.
ARE THE STEREOTYPES ABOUT CANADA TRUE?
It’s always winter here
False. There is, almost always, a stretch of several weeks between the end of the Stanley Cup playoffs and the start of curling season when it is warm enough for mosquitoes to thrive. This is when we go camping. In fact, according to Environment Canada the highest temperature ever recorded in Canada was on July 5, 1937, when it reached 45 C in Midale and Yellowgrass, Sask. You know where else it reaches 45 C? The Sahara desert. Saskatchewan: the Morocco of the North.
We say “eh”…
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