Stars and Stingers: July 24

Stars to the counsellors at the summer fun camp. The kids are having a blast.

  • Jul. 24, 2013 3:00 p.m.

Stingers to cyclists who don’t wear any sort of reflective gear or lights when biking at night. We can’t see you!

Stars to Ted and Annette for being so kind to my brother and sister-in-law when their car broke down. Thanks for showing some Golden hospitality.

Stingers to people who think smashing glass in the streets is a good idea.

Stars to the staff at the Yoho Visitor’s Centre.

Stars to the counsellors at the summer fun camp. The kids are having a blast.

Stingers to stoned guy who likes to sit in downtown business doorways.

Stars to the volunteers who made the Golden Dolphin home meet a success.

Stars to the view from the top of Mount 7.

Stingers to the sun for burning my follically-challenged head.

Stingers to people who steal garbage cans.

Stars to people who always treat others with respect.

Stars to all birthdays because cake is soooo good.

Stars to Willhorse for putting on such a great live show.

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