Saturday, October 27, 2012

Rewind: October 22-26, 2012

Can you believe that we're already into the end of October? Judging by the weather we've had—especially yesterday—you'd think that time jumped back by a month.

Of course, for the foreseeable future, we're faced with rain from Hurricane Sandy. And we'll no longer be in double-digit temperatures. Autumn will feel like autumn.

If you're stuck inside this weekend, why not take a moment to sit back, relax, and read about what you may have missed this week in The Brown Knowser?

Here's what I was up to:
  • Beer O'Clock: In Search of the Great Pumpkin Ale, Part 4—and yes, I can't wait to be finished with my collection of pumpkin ales. The final seasonal review will be this coming Monday, with a wrap-up of my favourites.
  • Keeping the Ottawa River Parkway—my rant on how the federal government wastes time and money on a name that most people won't use.
  • Wordless Wednesday: Abandoned—a few weeks ago, I saw a photograph of an abandoned house and I was inspired to find one and shoot it. And I knew just the spot, but it wasn't sure if the house was still there. It was.
  • Gammon, Part 7—the story of my impersonation of a fictional character continues. It concludes next week.
  • Photo Friday: Pink Lake—I will go hiking more often in the fall than any other season. And I always bring my camera along for the trek.
Enjoy your weekend!

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