Welcome to Alberta! I like the Brewster in Oliver area for good eats, they only serve their beer but they have some good ones. Check out Mercer Tavern downtown, they have an awesome Mac n' cheese. Whyte Avenue area has a fair amount of pubs and a day trip to Calgary is always fun they have lots...
St. Albert is nice and finished well in Money Magazines best places to live in Canada a while back. Beaumont is nice too. Anywhere west of Rogers place is having a resurgance due to the Brewery district redevelopement. Ottewell, Capilano, Holyrood and Bonnie Doon areas are worth a look as well.
-there is no such thing as a "10 minute fix"
-Budget at least twice as much time as you think you will need to fix things
-If you get frustrated, just put things down, have a beer and rethink your approach
Too much hardware got switched around, did not have desire to keep up to optimize folding. Also, work out of town, can't monitor rigs and when I get home I have stuff to do! I do not sit around computer much any more, maybe when I retire.........
sooo...what is the hot setup...
This should be in rant section!
I feel for ya though, I have one big toe that just seems to be sore especially around the edges of the toenail. Probably has something to do with the fact I ran a skilsaw over it when I was a young man. 😕
I keep forcing download and install and it keeps failing...at least it feels like I am doing something. :haha:
Maybe someone at MS will say "just give him the damn upgrade!" :thumb:
Every time I download it gets bigger, I am at 13,562mb now :shok:
Received email on work addy this morn:
Unfortunately your account has been closed and the cheque you gave us has not cleared. Send a certified cheque immediately to listed email address to prevent penalty...yada...yada
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