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778-895-7795 darylaikin@shaw.ca IN THE COLD! (continued): • Because Canada has long winters, it is no wonder that they have a lot of people who like to ice fish. It is home to the greatest number of participants in the sport. In the year 2000, Canadian anglers spent a combined total of 4,489,296 days ice fishing! • A small fishing village on the south shore of Nova Scotia, West Pubnico, was named for the native Mi’kmaq word, Pombcoup, which means: “a hole that has been cut in the ice for fishing.” • More than 60% of the fish Canadians catch beneath the ice are caught and released. They eat less than one third of their catch. They practice CPR: “catch, photograph, release!” • Minnesota is nicknamed the “Land of 10,000 Lakes.” There are actually 11,842 lakes in the state that are 10 acres or larger (4 ha). With so many lakes and cold winters it is no wonder that ice fishing is a popular sport. • Minnesota is known for its abundance of ice shelters set up on the state’s lakes. If you’ve ever flown into or out of the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport you have probably noticed all of the dots on the lakes! Each year it is estimated that around 150,000 ice fishing shelters are set up. The state’s Department of Natural Resources estimates that about 30% of the fish caught in the state are caught when the lakes are frozen.

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• Ice fishing is a risky sport and the depth of the ice is something to be taken very seriously. In 2009, over 100 people were stranded on the Great Lakes. They became stranded when ice broke away where they were fishing. The Coast Guard rescued all, however, one died in route to the hospital due to hypothermia. This life threatening condition occurs when body temperature falls below 95° F (35° C). • It is imperative when ice fishing to get expert advice. Knowing the area and the ice conditions can make the sport fun; not knowing can lead to disaster. It is recommended that ice thickness for someone fishing alone (not really advisable) be almost four inches (10 cm). For groups, where more are standing on the ice, the ice should be about 7.5 inches (18 cm). When vehicles are taken on the ice, which does happen in some cold climates, the ice should be 11-12 inches (28 cm).

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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Start your engines. You don’t have to be great to get started, but you have to get started to be great. This is a great week to begin any enterprise that depends upon networking or widespread publicity. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Cooperation makes the good times better and the hard times easier. An upfront forgiving nature and sincere approach makes you the go-to person to mend social situations in the upcoming week. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Develop a dialog. Make a point of talking to people directly, rather than talking about people. This is a week in which you will find that your capacity for sympathy and imagination is greater than usual. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Help yourself by helping others. Although you may be focused on your ambitions in the week to come, you may be called upon to help others achieve theirs, as well. All parties will benefit. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Drive and ambition fuel your workweek. You won’t need caffeine-laced power drinks for energy if you concentrate on doing the things that pique your passions. Accept spur-of-the-moment invitations. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): In the coming week, you are often reminded that knowledge shouldn’t be mistaken for wisdom. Money may be judiciously spent for what you’ve already determined to be a good cause. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Don’t settle for being someone’s part-time, downtime or sometime love. In the week ahead, you might find that you have mistaken a true friendship for true love - or that someone wants more freedom. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Peace returns when you choose to not allow other people and outside circumstances to control your emotions. In the week ahead, achieve your fondest ambitions by playing to your strengths. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Generosity begets generosity. Even if you are riveted on moneymaking projects in the week ahead, never forget to share with others. People are willing to support you and help you. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): When you are pleased by achievements, you are often rewarded by pleasing others, too. In the upcoming week, you may be immersed in material success, but won’t lose sight of spiritual goals. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Treat people well and you’ll help them become what they are capable of becoming. When you are the center of attention in the week ahead, remember to be grateful for the admirers who put you there. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): What you perceive as things falling apart might actually be things falling in place. Follow through on promises in the week to come. Focus on following wise advice obtained from partners and friends.


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IN THE COLD! (continued): • Icebergs are much thicker than the ice that freezes over lakes in the winter. Icebergs are chunks of ice that developed on land, then break off and float in a lake or ocean. The word “iceberg” originates from the Dutch “ijsberg”, which means ice mountain. • Icebergs are found in all shapes and sizes, from very small pieces to ice islands that can be the size of a small country. The term “iceberg” actually refers to ice larger than 16 feet (5 m) in diameter. Smaller icebergs are known as growlers and bergy bits. Even though they are smaller, they are harder to spot and therefore very dangerous for ships. • Even though most icebergs are found floating in oceans of salt water they are made of pure fresh water. Most of the icebergs on earth are found in the frigid waters surrounding Antarctica and in the northern Atlantic Ocean. Most icebergs originate near the west coast of Greenland.

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“END OF WATCH”: Writer-director David Ayer knows how to do a gritty police drama, as he proved with his “Training Day” script, and he shows it again with this effective tale that draws one of Jake Gyllenhaal’s standout performances to date. That actor and Michael Pena (“Crash”) play patrol partners who suddenly find themselves in dire danger after running afoul of a drug cartel. Ayer smartly uses a variety of unusual angles to tell the story, which also sets this apart from - and above - many other entries in the genre; Anna Kendrick and America Ferrera also star. DVD extras: five “makingof ” documentaries; audio commentary by Ayer; deleted scenes. ***

“FOR A GOOD TIME, CALL ...”: Lauren Miller, who also co-wrote the movie, and Ari Graynor (“Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist”) star in this expectedly edgy comedy as former college mates who aren’t any better matched years after graduation. Nevertheless, they try to put their differences aside to make a go of a phone-sex business. The venture’s success leads them to form a friendship - but inevitably, something arises to threaten their smooth sailing. Co-stars include Seth Rogen (Miller’s husband), Justin Long, Nia Vardalos and filmmaker Kevin Smith. *** “THE PAPERBOY”: An impressive cast gives life to a sinister story, as director Lee Daniels (“Precious: Based on the Novel `Push’ by Sapphire”) brings novelist Pete Dexter’s backwoods Florida 1960s crime tale to film. Matthew McConaughey and David Oyewolo play reporters determined to prove that a less-thanupstanding resident (John Cusack) is innocent of a sheriff ’s murder; Nicole Kidman and Zac Efron also star as others who assist them. Scott Glenn and singer Macy Gray appear as well. *** (R: AS, P, V) (Also on Blu-ray) “SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN”: The recipient of much acclaim at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival - to the tune of two awards - this documentary traces the literal search for Rodriguez, a musician whose meantto-be-huge album barely caused a ripple in the 1970s. Its reputation grew over the following years, though, thanks to a bootleg that got play in South Africa ... and inspired two of the artist’s devotees to determine what became of him, despite suicide rumors. DVD extras: “making-of ” documentary; audio commentary by Rodriguez and director Malik Bendjelloul; Q&A session. *** “DEATH RACE 3: INFERNO”: The literally hard-driving action franchise continues with this made-forvideo adventure, casting Luke Goss as a convict - known as “Frankenstein” (as was David Carradine in the original “Death Race 2000”) - who has to win one more race to earn his freedom. Since the “course” is the Kalahari Desert, the challenges awaiting him are many, especially since others are eager to see him lose his life as well as the competition. Ving Rhames, Danny Trejo (“Machete”), Dougray Scott and series regular Robin Shou also star. DVD extras: “making-of ” documentary; audio commentary by director Roel Reine; deleted scenes. **

Pet Bits Q: What’s a Munchkin? A: Aside from characters in the “Wizard of Oz,” the kind of Munchkin I suspect you’re referring to is a cat breed, referred to as the Dachshund of the cat world. According to the International Cat Association (TICA), the breed descended from a spontaneous mutation in a stray. This isn’t a particularly new mutation; it’s been documented many times over decades. Still, this breed with a long backbone and short legs remains controversial for its awkward appearance and potential medical problems as a result. TICA accepted the Munchkin into its New Breed development program in September 1994, and nine years later into TICA Championship status. Munchkins are surprisingly active and agile, given their body shape, and quite sociable.


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Answers IN THE COLD! (continued): • “Iceberg Alley” is the name given to an area from Baffin Bay, off the west coast of Greenland where many massive icebergs break into the water, to the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador on the east coast of Canada. The Newfoundland and Labrador area is known as the Iceberg Capital of the World.

TEA CUPS While many China cabinets and hutches contain tea cup collections in the homes of wealthy and not-sowealthy North Americans, these fine breakables are not just for special occasions. Many homes around the world use their tea sets on a regular basis. • The reason most tea cups are considered “China,” is that they originated in that country. The first tea cups did not have handles and were called tea bowls. Some of the early tea bowls used in Europe were more like deep saucers and were used so that the tea cooled quicker. • Saucers, as we know them, to accompany tea cups did not appear until 1700. Tea cups with handles were not seen until Robert Adams came up with the idea in about 1750. • The English embraced Mr. Adams designs. They thought tea bowls were messy and people often burned their hands on them. Robert Adams designed cups that were taller and wider than the base and the saucers he introduced, more flat like small plates, were welcomed as a place to let a hot cup rest. His designs quickly became the standard for what became known as the “English Tea Service Set.”

• Approximately 90% of the icebergs that are in the waters near Newfoundland and Labrador originated from the glaciers of western Greenland. They are among the fastest moving icebergs in the world. Even so, by most standards, the four miles (7 km) per year that they tend to move seems slow. It takes an estimated two to three years for the massive icebergs to cover the 1600 nautical miles (2963 km) and reach the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. If icebergs reach the Atlantic Ocean before melting, they melt rather quickly in the warm waters. • After the sinking of the Titanic in 1912, near Newfoundland, the United States, Canada, and eleven other countries formed the International Ice Patrol. The patrol uses airplanes and radar to track icebergs that make their way into the major shipping lanes. The U.S. National Ice Center monitors icebergs larger than 5,400 square feet (500 sq/m) near Antarctica using satellite data. Icebergs are not just studied and watched to protect ships, scientists use them as tools for studying ocean processes and climate.

• Since the English started the tradition of putting cream and sugar in their tea, Mr. Adams also started designing tea pots, sugar holders, cream/ milk containers, and even matching tea spoons. His sets were made from porcelain that was strong but looked beautiful and delicate. English porcelain tea cups have a translucent look when held up to a light.

• A way that some inventive Canadians have chosen to use the abundance of icebergs floating in their waters is in creating vodka and other alcoholic spirits. The Iceberg Vodka Corporation, based in St. John’s Newfoundland, produces spirits “made from naturally pure 12,000-year-old icebergs harvested off the coast of Newfoundland.” They use Ontariogrown sweet corn in making their beverages as well. They also make Iceberg Rum and Iceberg Gin.

• The Chinese still prefer to drink tea from potteryware. They use what is known as “purple clay” from the Yixing, Jianqsu, and Jinqdezhen regions of China.

• The largest iceberg ever recorded was found near Baffin Island in 1882. Eight miles long and three miles wide (13 km long/6 km wide), its height above water was 65 feet (20 m).


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