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The chain name comes from the site of the company first milk plant and corporate headquarters in the Wawa, PA. The name of the town Wawa is in turn derived from the Ojibwe word for the Canada goose.

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In March, 1919, the Australian government offered a 10,000 pound award to any pilot who could fly from Great Britain to Australia.

"When I left Minoru Park it was hardly light enough to see," he said. "As I flew higher, however, the light in the east became brighter, and as the sun rose over the mountains, words cannot describe the magnificent spectacle of the mountains seen under this light from a point high in the air.

"Rockets and flares set up by members of the Calgary Aero Club guided him to his landing point, and he made a perfect descent and an equally perfect landing," the World reported.

"They Helped to Capture The Hun," stated an Aerial League ad. "Help Them to Capture Peace Time Air Supremacy."

"The plane did not rise more than half a dozen feet, and with power generating at a rate of about 50 miles an hour, it started to descend, plunging into an automobile which was standing 100 yards from the starting point," the Province reported. "The plane went nose on into the motor car and (did) a somersault, wrecking it almost completely. Fortunately, the aviator escaped with only a few bruises."

"Coming like an express train on schedule time out of a dusky haze of smoke and low hanging clouds over the city of Calgary, Captain Ernest C. 8.

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"Dawn was just breaking as I came through the Coquihalla Pass. From Vancouver to Vernon I can only describe the atmospheric conditions by saying they were perfect."

On Aug. 4, 1919, First World War ace Captain Ernie Hoy took up the challenge in a Curtiss JN 4 "Jenny" biplane. But he only made it to Chilliwack before he ran into fog and had to stop.

East of Vernon he ran into some air pockets, and near Creston had to veer away from some storm clouds, but otherwise the flying conditions were ideal.

Not to be outdone, the Vancouver World teamed up with the Aerial League of Canada to offer a $500 prize to anyone who could fly from Vancouver to Calgary in 18 hours. The Calgary Herald chipped in an additional $250, and the Lethbridge Herald $200.

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Hoy had spent 12 hours and 33 minutes in the air the rest of the time was spent refueling. He followed the Crowsnest Pass route through the Rockies, flying by map and compass.

The World said it was putting up the prize because it wanted to prove how fast you could move mail by air. But the real reason was publicity the exploits of fliers were front page news from the 1910s through the 1930s.

The World's prize was only available to someone flying with the Aerial League of Canada, and not to anybody working for a commercial company. But Hall was already in the Okanagan and decided to race Hoy when Hoy made it to the Interior.

"Captain Hoy pulls down the honor of being the first aviator to fly across the Rocky Mountains on the American continent."

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Hoy hoped to fly back to Vancouver via the Rogers Pass, but he had an accident taking off in Golden and wrecked one of his wings. So he came home on the train, rather than by air.

The Aerial League was an organization formed by First World War pilots. It was soliciting donations from the public to buy planes for the home front.

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This is nearly impossible. But if you manage to prevent yourself from tweeting out a screenshot of the weather forecast with the despairing face emoji daily, you're halfway there. Also, when people ask how you are, try not to say, "I'll never be warm again and happiness is an illusion.'' If you want to know just how cold it'll be and how hard you'll have to try not to gripe about it, here's a great list of apps that will tell you. And sign up for notifications about bad weather here, at Alert Boston.

2. Complain about the cold some of the time.

5. Use the winter as an excuse to make out.

So while you don't want to be the one always chirping about the cold, complaining about the weather is time honored New England tradition. That, and defending Tom Brady (it was a witch hunt led by Goodell, you guys). Commiserating with those around you even if it's just a shared eye roll with a fellow T passenger as the doors open and a blast of frigid air comes through builds a sense of solidarity. It's like they sang in High School Musical: We're all in this together.

And chill.

Bond with fellow T passengers over the weather. Kieran Kesner / The Boston Globe

This one is going to cause some uproar from the masses, but if last year's winter wasn't a sign that our weather is all messed up and the earth might be dying, what is? Do your part and save one more styrofoam cup from hitting the landfill by just wearing a pair of gloves when you carry your iced coffee around, for goodness sake. You could also always support your local coffee shop while you're waiting for the T here's a list of the best spots along the Red Line for getting your buzz on.

We've Buy Men Canada Goose Calgary Graphite Singapore signed up for soul sucking winters by living in the great state of Massachusetts. Even those of you who love the cold (you guys do exist, right?) know that there are certain things you have to do to make sure you survive it. Like not sticking your tongue to a metal pole, which some of us learned the hard way in preschool.

On the left, your typical Bostonian dressed for winter. AFP/Getty Images

But in addition to the basics like wearing a hat here are some steps you can take that will make you and everyone around you much happier as we sink deeper into winter. Try not to complain about the cold all the time.

3. Keep a chapstick in every coat pocket.

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7. Remember that this, too, shall pass.

If you have two winter coats one for "pretty cold'' and another for "my appendages have stopped functioning'' then make sure all the pockets are stacked with a fresh 'stick at the start of winter (or a nice lip balm from local skin care shop Follain). You'll tear through those bad boys faster than you can say "the T is delayed again.'' Speaking of T delays, there's a whole bunch of apps that can help you figure out whether you should just give up and start walking, or whether there's hope for your train based commute.

"Netflix and chill'' becomes a whole lot more enticing when it's negative five degrees out and the thought of not being under a blanket makes you break out in cold (very cold) sweats. Buy marshmallows for the hot chocolate and no crush will be able to resist your invitations, especially if you get some artisanal, Massachusetts made ones from Olives Grace in the South End. Actually, you still might get rejected, but hey, at least you tried. You can always watch Gilmore Girls by yourself, and this way, you'll be up a couple snacks.

6. Don't double cup your Dunkin.

You just have to accept the fact that you're going to look like the guy from the tire ads whenever you leave your house. Don't fight it! Instead, play a game where you try to wear so many layers that your arms stick straight out without your even having to hold them up. You'll look like an adorable toddler. When it comes to these coats, you can take several routes. Got close to $1000 to spend on your outerwear? Try a Canada Goose parka, which you'll find at The Tannery. Bean (and their lifetime guarantee) won't let you down. Want to look like you're about to shred some gnar even when you stroll down Newbury? Try a Patagucci sorry, Patagonia shell.

4. Embrace Michelin man chic.

Winter isn't forever, and this one is projected to be warmer than last. So maybe by April you'll have a chance of sitting outside without your toe warmers. The earth hasn't ever not gone around the sun, so rest assured that warmer weather will eventually head our way. In the meantime, while we're floating in this snow globe, we might as well try to enjoy it.

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This is the council that knocked down a tree in Wickford Town Centre for the sake of slippery flags to be put down. I hope to see the council in court for breaking its own rules, but I won't hold my breath as its Basildon Council a law to its self.

Speaking after the court hearing, councillor Richard Moore, Basildon Council's cabinet member for planning said: "I am pleased with the magistrate's decision as it sends out a very strong message that this, and let's be frank here, kind of wilful destruction and complete disregard of the law, will not be tolerated in our borough. Amazing how your 'friends' can all over us/Basildon Council and nothing is done.

But new age Councillors seem to have learned a lot from their main protagonists, so now carry the highest qualification this Borough can afford them. Honorary "Do as You likeys!"

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Although 1500 is probably cheaper quicker than going through the legal channels to request permission to remove the tree.[/p][/quote]I turned down the opportunity of buying a house in Eastwood several years ago because it had two trees on its boundary that had preservation orders on them. Even to trim the trees, to stop them getting too big and becoming a danger to the house, had to have council prior approval and I was advised professional tree surgeons should be used. Otherwise, if the trees died the house holder could be held responsible.

Speaking after the court hearing, councillor Richard Moore, Basildon Council's cabinet member for planning said: "I am pleased with the magistrate's decision as it sends out a very strong message that this, and let's be frank here, kind of wilful destruction and complete disregard of the law, will not be tolerated in our borough."

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Eric the RedI don't get how this law can cover trees on private property, I think Mr Seale's has every right to feel hard done by.

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The obvious oversight here is that the law about protection orders on trees does not apply to the Council. They made the rules here and carefully avoided those same rules applying to themselves, even though the land they have sold off was not theirs to sell. It was, in fact, public land that they have in their trust to maintain Women Canada Goose Kensington Parka Pink Singapore Factory Outlet for public use. The old adage regarding the law on land enclosures ( The law locks up the man or woman who steals a goose from off the common, but leaves the greater villain loose, who steals the common from the goose!) applies more to this council than any Lord in our history My house purchase was held up back in 1972 because of the introduction of this then new law, even though I never have had a tree on the land!

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The unfeathered lower parts of birds' legs have a very high surface area, just the ticket for losing heat to the cold winter air. To keep the legs as warm as the rest of the body, birds would have to pump a huge amount of heat carrying blood to those exposed areas. Instead, birds allow the legs to cool, pumping a modest amount of blood into the extremities. In Herring Gulls, the upper part of the exposed leg may have a temperature of only 40 F and the bottom of the foot is just barely above freezing!

These birds are unusual among North American songbirds in that the males are polygamous, that is a male may have many mates. It is not uncommon for a male red wing to have seven or more females in its territory and at least one male had 15 females in his harem. DNA analysis indicates that not all of the offspring produced by females on a male's territory are sired by him. That means that females sometimes engage in "extra marital affairs" with other males when their mate is not looking. In fact, these dalliances, referred to as extra pair copulations by ornithologists, are the rule rather than the exception in most species of birds in which paternity has been tested by DNA analysis.

Birds have a trick to keep their legs from losing too much heat. They arrange the arteries that bring blood to the leg and the veins that return blood to the heart as a counter current system. You can see counter current systems in many heating plants in large buildings. The furnace is situated at the center of the building. Cold air from outside is pumped into the furnace through a long pipe. The warmed exhaust air in the building is pumped out through a pipe parallel to the intake pipe. As the exhaust air moves toward the outside of the building, much of its heat is transferred to the colder intake air moving in the opposite direction. By the time the intake air reaches the furnace, the air has been warmed significantly by the exhaust air. Much of the heat of the exhaust air is recovered before the air is pumped outside. The counter current arrangement of bird arteries and veins accomplishes the same energy savings.

In the last column, I described some of the ways that birds are able to survive the challenges of cold weather. I did not have enough space to describe how birds keep their unfeathered lower legs from freezing. Several readers inquired about this problem for birds in cold environments. I'll tackle that problem this week, including a foray into some chemistry.

Outside of the nesting season, Red winged Blackbirds are well known for forming large flocks that roost together. Sometimes, other species like Brown headed Cowbirds, Common Grackles and European Starlings may roost with them. These flocks pose significant threats to agriculture. A large flock of red wings can devastate crops of corn, sunflowers or rice. Farmers have invested large amounts of time and effort in ways to keep red wings away from their crops. The result of these efforts is that humans now pose one of the most significant sources of mortality for Red winged Blackbirds.

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By adding double bonds to the fatty acids of the cell membranes in the leg, birds ensure that their membranes remain fluid in cold temperatures. The kinkiness caused by the double bonds keeps the fatty acids from packing too close. The membranes remain fluid.

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Red winged Blackbird is one of the most abundant birds in North America. On some Kansas Christmas Birds Counts, over 6 million red wings in massive flocks have been counted in a 175 square mile area! Abundant breeders throughout Maine, red wings depart for more southerly climates during the winter. Their breeding range extends northward to southern Alaska and southward to Costa Rica. In North America, Red winged Blackbirds nest in every one of the lower 48 states and all of the Canadian provinces.

At night, bird tend to roost in trees, often coniferous ones, close to the trunk. This choice of a bedroom has two benefits. First, the bird is protected from wind chill. Wind blowing across an animal body causes heat to be lost far more rapidly than when the air is still.

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Con ka ree! The Red winged Blackbirds have returned; spring must be on the way. The March arrival of these beautiful birds is a welcome sight as a Maine winter starts to give way to spring. The males are all black except for a brilliant red patch, edged in yellow on each wing. The smaller females are drab and inconspicuous, in their mottled brown and white plumage.

Red winged Blackbirds breed in marshes and other areas with dense, grassy vegetation. The males perch on shrubs and the tops of cat tails. Red wings are therefore easier to see than woodland birds. The abundance and high visibility of Red winged Blackbirds make them good subjects for ornithological study. Not surprisingly, they are one of the most studied North American birds.

Birds can maintain their body temperatures in the face of severe cold in three basic ways. First, they can try to reduce the loss of heat. The plumage of birds in the winter is often twice as heavy as the weight of the summer feathers. In addition, the feathers of birds can be raised to create improved insulation. The erected feathers trap pockets of air. The insulating quality is improved by lowering the density of a material (light wool is a better insulator than dense metal, for instance). I am sure you have seen Mourning Doves and other birds at your feeder that are puffed up greatly to increase the insulating properties of their feathers.

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Winter arrived with a vengeance over the past three weeks. From the warmth of our houses, many of us marvel at the ability of birds to survive the challenges of winter weather.

Why do most birds not have feathered legs? The answer lies in the fact that a bird's metabolism must be raised to provide the energy for flight. Excess heat is produced by this rise in metabolism and must be eliminated, even in the coldest weather, so a bird doesn't overheat. The unfeathered legs are the sites where that heat is lost.

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The rate at which heat is lost from a bird body in the winter depends on the difference in temperature between the bird body and the environment; a bird will lose more heat on very cold days than on mild days. Small birds have more of a disadvantage than larger birds. A bird loses heat based on its total surface area, the portion of the body that is in contact with the cold air or water. The heat produced by a bird is proportional to its total volume; every cell in the bird body is capable of producing heat. A result of simple geometry is that the ratio of the surface area to volume decreases as an object gets bigger. This geometric rule is cruel for small birds like Golden crowned Kinglets because they have a relatively large surface area over which heat is lost and only a modest body volume to produce heat. A kinglet is living more on the edge than a jay or crow because of its large surface/volume ratio.

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When you see a male Red winged Blackbird at your feeder or in a marsh, you may not be able to see the red on the wings. Sometimes, even the yellow margin of the red patch is not visible. The red patches are called badges by ornithologists. When a dominant male is approached by another male attempting to drive the first male off of its territory, the territory owner will expose its badge. This aggressive display tells the intruder to back off. Subordinate males make sure they don uncover their badges in the presence of dominant males to avoid being attacked.

For most birds only a portion of the legs is unfeathered. The long bone you see without feathers is called the tarsometatarsus. This compound bone corresponds to the bones of your foot. The tibia (shin bones) and the femur are usually well feathered. So, it's the elongated foot bones and toes of birds that have no insulation.

The females arrive a week to several weeks later than the males. They then choose a mate based not on the characteristics of the male but rather on the quality of the territory. Usually, the healthiest and strongest males lay claim to the best territories. Only seven percent of second year males are successful in establishing a territory and siring young. The percentage rises to 57% for males in their third year of life.

The body temperature of birds is normally between 104 and 109 F; the fire of life (the rate of metabolism) burns hotter in birds than in any other animals. Birds must stoke their internal fires with more food than mammals of similar size whose body temperature may be only 100 F or so. To say that someone like a bird really means that person is a ravenous glutton!

Interestingly, the color red seems to signal a willingness to fight in other species of Maine birds. Male Ruby crowned Kinglets expose the red on their crowns only as an aggressive behavior. Similarly, Eastern Kingbirds flash their red crown feathers as warnings to other kingbirds during the nesting season.

Allowing the tissues of the lower leg to get so cold requires some fascinating modifications of the cells of those body tissues. Every living is covered with a membrane. This membrane is mostly made of molecules called phospholipids. Each phospholipid has two strings of carbon atoms, called fatty acids, pointing toward the center of the membrane. To function properly, the phospholipids of the membrane need to be able to move past each other. The membrane needs to be fluid enough to allow small molecules like oxygen to diffuse in and carbon dioxide to diffuse out. When a membrane is exposed to colder temperatures, the phospholipids pack in tightly. Oxygen cannot get into the cell; frostbite and often cell death occur.

Each carbon atom in the fatty acids of a phospholipid has four binding sites. Usually, two of the binding sites are used to bond to the two adjacent carbon atoms. The other two binding sites usually bind to a hydrogen atom. However, it is possible for two adjacent carbon atoms to each lose one of their hydrogen atoms and establish two bonds with each other. When these double bonds occur, they introduce a kink in the fatty acid.

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6 Je crois que 2011 verra notre rconciliation avec l avancer encore un peu. D tout le monde a un manteau Canada Goose, donc on a moins froid. (Ceci, on aura not, est une blague) Mais surtout, on commence enfin comprendre que peu importe ce qu pense de notre climat, il ne changera pas. La mentalit 870 j entendu a dans un party l jour, c une rfrence au vol Montral Paris de la gnration qui a dcouvert les voyages, est en train d remplace par une ouverture plus grande la diversit climatique et le ralisme de la gnration qui a voyag encore plus, au del des destinations traditionnelles. Et qui a vu, de Yaound Leipzig, en passant par Moscou, Phuket ou Helsinki, que Montral a de la neige et du froid, comme Vegas est dans le dsert et comme Venise vit sur l Avec toutes les contraintes et les opportunits que cette ralit climatique apporte.

10 J tellement tellement de consommateurs gourmands et oenophiles rouspter contre la SAQ son monopole, les btons dans les roues aux agences, le peu d la varit des produits, le ct Costco norme de toute l que parfois je me demande si 2011 ne sera pas l de la Baby Canada Goose Elijah Bomber Black Singapore Factory Outlet remise en question de cette vache lait fiscale Mais peut tre aussi que ce sera 2012. importante: je crois que 2011 sera l'anne o on commence voir les textes signs et ouvertement assums se gnraliser sur le web. On passera alors de la chasse aux trolls masqus au dbat d et ce, sans avoir poursuivre qui que ce soit tant que cela Il y a moyens de rgler nos contentieux avec civilit sans se lancer dans tout ce barda de vendetta juridique o, au boutte du tuyau, c la plus fort et le plus riche qui baillonne le plus pauvre et le plus faible Laurendeau

9 Excs de Starbucks oblige, 2011 sera l du retour officiel du caf filtre, par la grande porte. Riez, riez. On s reparlera quand vous aurez rachet une Melior cafetires qui s maintenant Bodum ou une Technivorm. En fait, en 2011, les pays industrialiss seront partags en deux: les filtres et les Nespresso. Avec, au milieu, les Italiens et leurs machines espresso. Ok, ok, j Mais chez les hipsters, le filtre est de retour, en grande.

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5 Je crois que 2011 sera l o on commence voir les poursuites pleuvoir au sujet de ce qui est crit sur le web. L post Wikileaks va commencer. La riposte. Car le far west, c bien, c librateur, c la libert d c tout a. Mais c aussi la diffamation, la fin de la confidentialit, la fin de la protection de notre vie prive Le pendule va revenir. C une loi du monde.

8 On sera de plus en plus nombreux remettre en question notre utilisation de notre voiture. On sera plus souvent dans les transports en commun, et on fera plus de vlo quand c possible. Prix de l oblige. Pression colo sociale aussi. La nouvelle voiture avoir: la Leaf de Nissan, le nouveau modle totalement lectrique. Encore meilleure option: pas d du tout. Irraliste pour plein de gens dont moi mais trs branch. Et trs environnementalement correct.

Merci , une bonne et heureuse anne pour vous aussi

10 La SAQ remise en question!!! Vous rv Qubec = roi des monopoles

8 Pour les citadins clibataires oui, sinon en rgion, le camion est roi.

Tant qu' la ville on ne changera pas la vision qu'on a du dveloppement de notre ville axe sur la densification de la population dans nos arrondissements, ce qui entrane une multiplication des vhicules en circulation dans nos rues, les problmes sur nos ponts ne feront qu'accentuer et c'est toute la mtropole qui touffera. O sont les nouveaux tablissements commerciaux qui s'ajoutent dans le but de servir les besoins de la population? Pas dans nos arrondissements et les petits prix qui s'ajoutent aux choix plus abondants que n'offrent pas les petits commerces de nos quartiers font en sorte qu'il est plus conomique d'utiliser le vhicule pour aller faire ses achats ailleurs. Ce qui contribue aussi augmenter la pollution de l'air et la non cration de milliers d'emplois pour nos jeunes. C'est cela l'avenir que nous offre l'administration actuelle de notre ville.

4 Grrrrr, on devrait toujours avoir 20 ans et pouvoir bouff des cups cake

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5 C'est commenc, $100,000 que cano du payer pour une chronique de richard martineau

7 Nous auront une femme premier ministre, c'est plus que raliste

4 Je pense que 2011 sera l o il y aura moins de frontire que jamais entre les desserts et les plats sals. Parce que cette anne j dcouvert les brownies au bacon et la pannacotta au sang de porc et la mousse sucre au fenouil. Mais aussi parce que j lu un autre article l dessus dans le New Yorker.

Non on ne sera pas plus nombreux dans les transports en commun l'intrieur de notre mtropole, ni plus nombreux faire du vlo quand c'est possible. Peu importe le prix d'essence.

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