Entries by Richard

Back in Canada

Returned to Canada last Friday to play guitar for a few events. Between the travel, rehearsals, personal practice, and very late evenings, the past four days have been an absolute blur. I am totally exhausted at this point. But with some amazing memories. The highlight was last night’s event with Paul Baloche. Paul is one […]

Cummins Prepares For A Downturn

This from the United Nations: Climate Change is the defining issue of our time and we are at a defining moment. From shifting weather patterns that threaten food production, to rising sea levels that increase the risk of catastrophic flooding, the impacts of climate change are global in scope and unprecedented in scale. Without drastic […]

Network Redesign

Why is the Internet so bad? A question that I am asked many, many times in our travels. Yes, there are many parks where the underlying WiFi is indeed awful. But a number of parks have invested significantly in improving their WiFi service and yet it doesn’t seem to make much difference for many users. […]

Wearing Out The Welcome Mat

They don’t keep count. “They” being either the Canadian or U.S. government. That is the perspective of some Canadian RVers when they are travelling into the United States. They don’t worry about overstaying in the States. They should. As of July 2019, phase III of the Entry/Exit Initiative was implemented and this is what it […]