Nice Stache bro

Movember is almost over! Last chance to donate and join the cause to fight cancer!
Go to my mospace and check out the photos over the past month!

And new only for the last 2 days, Donate $10 on my Movember page and get your picture taken with me and my stache! I will be making a special appearance at KCCRC this Tuesday evening!

As a bonus, if you donate 10$ in the next 2 days I will send you a personalized thank you photograph of me and my stache!  All I need is your email address.

Check out my MoSpace for updated photos!




That’s right, I’ve decided to grow a mustache for the month of November.  And yes, I am doing all that fund raising for prostate cancer as well.  See below.  I plan on trying a few different styles throughout the month.  I’ll post some pics when I have them.  In the mean time, check out my MoSpace.


Here’s the stuff:

This Movember, the month formerly known as November I’ve decided to donate my face to raising awareness about prostate cancer.  My donation and commitment is the growth of a moustache for the entire month of Movember, which I know will generate conversation, controversy and laughter.

Click this link and donate online using your credit card or PayPal account

All donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

For more details on how the funds raised from previous campaigns have been used and the impact Movember is having please visit:

Thank you in advance for helping me to support men’s health.


P.E.I. Adventures

Tuesday, Aug. 3rd.  Day 4 and time to head west.  We spent the night at a beautiful old bed and breakfast, and from there went to the North Cape.  This was my first real experience of the ocean.  O our way back we stopped along at the few sight-seeing spots.  That evening we headed into Charlottetown for dinner with a bunch of Steph’s friends.  We went to the Gahan house which is a micro brewery, so had the sampler.  And, the shocker was they offered croquettes!  I couldn’t believe it.  I had to explain to everyone what they were.  We also had ‘Cows’ ice cream.

Wednesday, Aug. 4th.  It’s day 5 here in PEI and we finally made it to the beach at Cavendish.  The beaches here are like nothing I’ve seen before.  Beautiful sand beaches and sandy clear waters.  Behind that are sand dunes and beyond the water’s edge is, well, ocean.  We walked along the waters edge and avoided the jelly fish or ‘jellies’ as the locals call them.  I found a piece of sea glass, which the sand and water turned into a nice smooth surface.  I also found some really nice sea shells by the sea-shore.   After that we went to the boardwalk to do some touristy shopping.  Since we were in Cavendish, we were close to the Ann of Green Gables area so we found a hat with the long red hair.  So of course we took a picture (see below).

Then it was home and time for my first lobster supper.  I was nervous at first, but it wasn’t that bad.  It was a bit wierd to be looking at the guy in the eyes before I pulled him apart, but it tasted alright.  Thankfully there was steak as well.

Then we headed to Summerside for a showing of the College of Piping and Gaelic Dancing.  It was really good and nice and loud.  They had one number called ‘dueling pipes’.  A spin-off of dueling banjos.  Very impressed.

The rest of our time will be camping on the east side of the island, golf at Dundarave and Crowbush, then heading home on Saturday with a stop of in New Brunswick for a Wedding of one of Steph’s friend.

I had a little trouble uploading the images, but hopefully you turn out.

See ya soon,


So I says to the guy….

Golf season is fast approaching.  The sun is shining and I swear I heard my golf clubs talk to me yesterday.  So to get you all ready I thought I’d put up a couple golf jokes for fun.  You may need to be a golfer to get these.

Back Nine: the second 9 holes of an 18 hole course, a named derived from the fact that by the time you get there, your back aches, your slice is back, play is backed up, and your opponent is about to win all his money back.

Lie: 1. where the ball comes to rest after being hit by a golfer. 2. The number of strokes it took to get it there, as reported by that golfer.

Sand Trap: A deep depression filled with sand filled with golfers in a deep depression.

Tee Off:  To drive a ball off a tee.  Players who have made their drives are said to have teed off, but at this point it is almost always also correct to say that they are teed off.

A pro golfer was asked after being seen coming in from the golf course during a thunderstorm delay why he was holding a club above his head.  The golfer replied ‘Even God can’t hit a 1 iron!’