Author Archives: Terry SanCartier

The Blue Nose and the Fortieth Birthday

What a busy month!  It started May 1st with the comedy club fundraiser.  Turnout was great!  And the comedians were hilarious.  I did not know any them and was relieved that they put on a great show.  I wanted to … Continue reading

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Rotterdam Marathon, Around the Bay 30K and a trip to Belgium and Holland

Time flies!  Only 6 weeks left till I leave for the Gambia.  6 weeks!!! The last four weeks have been busy and fun!  The weekend after the Wine Tasting event on March 22nd, I was off to Hamilton for the … Continue reading

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A Swanky Evening for a Great Cause

Saturday March 22nd was a great evening of wine tasting and great food.  We had a sommelier who gave us an informative overview of the French wines of the Bourgogne and Loire Valley.  The chef perfectly paired each dish with … Continue reading

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Nova Scotia Gambia Association Dinner – March 1, 2014

Saturday March 1st, I had the pleasure of attending the NSGA fundraising dinner.  The highlight for me was meeting all the wonderful people involved with the NSGA and of course meeting Erin Poirier and Jennifer Pasiciel.  It was great to … Continue reading

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Winterman Marathon 2014

Last year, after completing the Winterman Marathon on February 17th 2013 in -29 temperatures with the wind chill, I promised myself that I would find a warmer climate in which to run during that time of year. I was eyeing … Continue reading

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Winter Running in Canada

Winter running in most parts of Canada can present a challenge.  One must be prepared for anything.  Mild temperatures are ideal but those days are few and far between especially in months like January.  Freezing temperatures and wind chill factors … Continue reading

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Running in the Heat – The Experiment

When talking about Love4Gambia, people often ask me what kind of weather I can expect during my run in June.  When I tell them that it will be extremely hot (40+ degrees Celsius) and humid they ask me; have you … Continue reading

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