Monthly Archives: October 2013

Last Heyrman standing

  And so a fond farewell to the main players in the cover up of Rattlechain lagoon. Napoleon and Bonaparte and Wee Willie Winky have shifted tonnes of material, and removed none from the site. It was clear by the … Continue reading

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The final frontier

  The gestation period has nearly ended as we are delivered a newly improved hazardous waste site. Nine months of stirring, shovelling, sucking and dumping is drawing to a close as the Autumn winds begin to cover the area with … Continue reading

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“The next steps?”

There is a decreasing presence of both individuals and work taking place at the Rattlechain lagoon. After nearly 8 months of commentary and observation, we prepare to see what will happen when all on site are no longer there and once … Continue reading

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Questions from a curious observer

Another week, another set of observations at the lagoon. With Autumn now upon us, twilight appears on the 2013 “improvement works”. This weeks headlines CANADA GEESE INVADE THE NORTH EMBANKMENT DIVING PLATFORM ADDED TO SMALL LAGOON SOME DODGY LOOKING CHEMICAL … Continue reading

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Autumn changes?

    Spring and Fall:     to a Young Child    Margaret, are you grieving    Over Goldengrove unleaving?    Leaves, like the things of man, you    With your fresh thoughts care for, can you?    Ah! as the heart grows … Continue reading

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