Weather in Atlantic Canada

After a few meters, everything just starts to disappear …

Every morning I awake to heavy fog; it seems to burn away in the afternoon, but it rolls back into town (from the sea) every night. This goes on all summer long.

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April 24, 2010  Tags:   Posted in: canada, picture

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  1. J - April 26, 2010


    I’m sorry that my comment has nothing to do with the actual blog message but felt that this is the easiest way to notify you. Don’t have a login name for your forum etc.

    An acquaintance of mine sent me today a link to the new addition on Google Transliterate: possibility to write Ge’ez characters! (

    So far I’ve been using your lovely dictionary input field to quickly get the Tigrinya characters whenever I need them in my Word or Excel documents. Hope you won’t remove that option any time soon! Whenever I try to write an SMS or an e-mail to a Tigrinya speaker I use your transliteration system with some of my own modifications.

    Thanks for the great site!

    Long time visitor, J
    Scandinavia (lots of Habeshas here :)),
    trying to learn Tigrinya since ~two years back

  2. Temaharay - May 4, 2010

    Thank J,

    I’ll try to spread the word.