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What started as four Winnipeg friends with a passion for guiding Manitoba walks has since – two decades later – become a full-fledged walking group with hundreds of members and an unquenchable thirst for seeking out new trails.
Agnostic is the term I’m choosing to describe what I believe about climate change. In other words, I don’t know. And, unfortunately there doesn’t seem to be many reliable honest brokers of the truth any more.
Yesterday’s lunar eclipse that turned an orange red color, grabbed the attention of star-gazers and conspiracy theorists. It was the first of four such lunar events that will occur in the next 18 months.
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