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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Iriana, Feb 8, 2013.
Grapevines in Saskatchewan.
On NPR this morning, a story about the soon to be launched and 'tested' newest British aircraft carrier, the HMS Queen Elizabeth - story below first quote w/ link. A few months ago, the United States launched the USS Gerald Ford ("..is the first of the Ford class of aircraft carriers. A second ship, John F. Kennedy, is under construction and a third, Enterprise will have its keel laid in 2018. Eventually the Ford class will replace all ten ships of the Nimitz class, which were built between 1975 and 2009 - link below second quote).
BOY, these are impressive ships costing billions of dollars (or pounds) - could the money be used in other ways (poverty, health care, global warming, etc.)? Just wondering? However, these are amazing products of man regardless of one's feelings. Dave
This sign in the park and the banners on the office buildings were installed to commemorate Canada’s 150th birthday on July 1st.
We're arriving in Toronto on Canada Day and will be there on July 4th, Independence Day in the USA - appears that one of our aircraft carriers is nearing Halifax in honor of the Canadian event - Dave
It’s already there. The U.S.S. Dwight D. Eisenhower is in Halifax for the Canada Day weekend. BTW, you’ll see the same Canada 150 sign in Toronto as in my photo.
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