Hidden Among The Leaves; High-Flying Plastic

The annual Quebec construction vacation is underway. Each year for the last week of July and first of August all construction sites close down. There are very few exceptions but some include urgent road and infrastructure work.  Some people understand the logic in this, get the vacations out of the way so that suppliers andContinue reading “Hidden Among The Leaves; High-Flying Plastic”

The Tree is Gone, But Not Entirely

I have lived on the same street for 53 of my fifty-six years. The house, we called it a flat in those days, in which I spent the first nineteen years of my life is a mere stone’s throw up the street from where I now live. It is a long, narrow unit, with hallsContinue reading “The Tree is Gone, But Not Entirely”

Car 1 – Tree 0

Recently a tree was cut down to facilitate parking in my neighborhood. I understand the removal of rotting and therefore dangerous trees, but an apparently healthy tree is another matter. DCMontreal – Deegan Charles Stubbs – is a Montreal writer born and raised who likes to establish balance and juxtapositions; a bit of this andContinue reading “Car 1 – Tree 0”