Fahrenheit 9/11 – Michael Moore Update

Posted in Film on July 6th 2004 by Randy Reichardt

:: Some of the latest news on Fahrenheit 9/11 and Michael Moore:

Update

Posted in On The Road on July 6th 2004 by Randy Reichardt

:: The trip to Winnipeg thus far has been a lot of fun. Very busy, visiting both relatives and friends. Last night, Mike, Steve and I spent a couple hours visiting Chester Cuthbert, local book collector and member of First Fandom. Chester is now 91, and will turn 92 later this year. He remains in good health for someone in his age range, and he enjoyed our visit. We were able to spend a bit of time rummaging about the hundreds of boxes of books in the basement and second floor of his home, stirring up a few memories along the way.

On Saturday, we attended Tony‘s 50th birthday party. On Sunday, I went to another party, celebrating the 4th of July, at the home of my Aunt Eleanor and Uncle Carl, who previously lived in Tampa, Florida, for over 20 years. While there, I saw another friend, Natasha, who currently lives in Germany. She had flown in the day before, to attend two weddings later in the month in Winnipeg. Aunt Eleanor and her sister, my Aunt Ida, were in Germany in June, visiting relatives, and this morning, she shared her photos of the trip with me. The relatives there are descendants of my grandfather’s brother, Leslie, and his sister, Margaret.

I have otherwise been lazy, sleeping in, and then taking afternoon naps. Having not exercised for over a week, I feel like a slug! Tomorrow I fly to St John’s for the wedding, and will return to Winnipeg on July 13th. The time flies.

Arrival

Posted in Random Thoughts on July 2nd 2004 by Randy Reichardt

:: I drove into Winnipeg this afternoon, from Langenburg SK. The 4-hour trip took me through a storm system that alternated between a few drops of rain and a steady downpour. Driving at times was hazardous.

Whereabouts

Posted in Random Thoughts on July 1st 2004 by Randy Reichardt

:: I begin a road trip today, driving to Langenburg SK, and then to Winnipeg tomorrow. Talk to you soon.

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