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Nikiski man and friends hike from Florida to Canada

...the Smith brothers flew home to New Mexico to attend the funeral of their sister. The other four waited for them in New Brunswick. ''It was really hard. We knew we couldn't finish without them. We pushed Jeff for months and there was no way...
Snowshoe hares and porcupines sometimes track sunspot cycle

...Hares are not like migratory ducks or even caribou. Why would hares in the Yukon track the same cycle as hares in New Brunswick? This is truly a major puzzle! The second fact is even more astounding: the hare cycles all across Canada generally...
Still Mine

Now Playing Synopsis: An elderly New Brunswick man attempts to build a new home for his ailing wife, and gets caught up in bureaucratic red tape in this tender drama inspired by a true story. The son of a shipbuilder, 89-year-old Craig Morrison (James Cromwell) lives in rural St. Martins with his beloved wife Irene (Geneviève Bujold). Occasionally ornery yet always self-sufficient, the elderly farmer succeeded in keeping his traditional farm afloat even in the era of industrial agriculture. When Irene's memory starts to fade, however, Craig realizes that the large farmhouse they've shared for decades may no longer be suitable for them. Craig may be old, but he's still good with his hands, and before long he's begun construction on a cozy new home where they can spend their twilight years together. From the moment the first walls go up, however, meddlesome government inspector Rick (Jonathan Potts) seems determined to stop construction. Meanwhile, as Craig casually carries on with the project amidst a barrage of stop-work orders, Irene's condition grows progressively worse. If he's going to get the house built, he'll need to do it soon. Subsequently summoned into court for refusing to halt construction, a defiant Craig refuses to back down, even if it means going to jail before the house is finished. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: James Cromwell, Geneviève Bujold, Rick Roberts, Julie Stewart Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review



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