On dating and dates no longer outdated
Global warming being all it is, people will likely need more fresh and restorative fluids to keep their outdoor adventuring bodies hydrated during dehydrating activities that come naturally with July weather in Newfoundland and Labrador.
We tend to think not much about it. Maybe we should. Children active in sports and games need water. Adults staying refreshed in the alternate joys of barbecue season need water.
The science of saltier water includes the full moon of July 9 this year when, 24 years ago, me and Nonie tied a knot.
Aside from dating, which gets more questionable in advancing years, dates are indeed splended things.
This month and henceforth, let’s no more forget Memorial Day and Beaumont Hamel, July 1. Let’s not forget the friendship, freedom and security provided of them at Canada’s 150th birthday celebrations. Seen to have been great day in social media on the Bay of Islands north shore at Cox’s Cove, McIvers and Meadows where, like a lot of other places, people got out and about and shared in the common truth of Canada.
Locally and everywhere, let’s not forget that July is a big tourist month and to be on our best behaviour, like you would. Smile.
Branding 101, the number signifying first lessons in a skill or subject, lends to family fun and the freedom of friendship.
With better age-friendly and family-friendly facilities taking shape in Bay of Islands north and south, regional recreational opportunities adopt a newer significance in the lifestyles of people who like living here and others desiring to live here now and again.
Tripartiate involvement between government, private and third-sector interests offers to make Bay of Islands a destination to share.