September 2015

All posts from September 2015

Emergency on a Hospital Roof

by Ernie Cecchetto on September 28, 2015

How could someone die of a heart attack on the roof of a hospital?…

You would think that being in such close proximity to the people who could save your life would make this situation impossible right? But it actually happened.

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Maintenance at the Top of Ek’Balam

by Ernie Cecchetto on September 24, 2015

If you have ever been to Mexico, you know that the Mayans had a major influence on many parts of the Mexican culture.

On a recent trip, I took my daughter to Ek’Balam, one of the best kept secrets in the Yucatán. The pyramid and peripheral buildings were in immaculate condition. We toured with the locals throughout the entire site. My daughter was in awe of its grandeur, she couldn’t comprehend how something could have been built so long ago, yet be in such pristine condition.

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Things Have Really Been Heating Up Since 1984

by Ernie Cecchetto on September 10, 2015

If you were to go back to the summer of 1984 and ask the youthful version of myself if global warming was a problem…I would have pointed to the terrible summer I was having and the lack of time I was able to spend at Whitewater Beach in Azilda, Ontario. It was a very cool summer and I only went swimming at the beach twice. That and Huey Lewis and the News was getting way too much airplay!

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