One. Norwegian Puzzle App was launched recently by Autonomy Inc./Rick Scott Productions. It is an exciting new puzzle game app for Android and Apple mobile/tablet devices.

Norwegian puzzles feature all the beautiful ships and the exciting destinations people sail to.

Here are some of the features:

*over 100 free puzzles

*3 levels of play/complexity

*timer to track your best times

*unfinished puzzles automatically save-Never lose your place

*perfect for all ages

*intro videos of the ships & destinations

*save puzzle as your own desktop wallpaper

*send download the app from your mobile device.

Once you download the app and the free puzzle packs, you don’t need to be online to play. So, download today and get ready to puzzle. Of 101 puzzles I have already solved 56, from my own experience it is an interesting pass time and I recommend to everyone who likes puzzles. But one cannot download them free from regular internet, they are designed just for i-phones and androids. It’s really pity. The above two photos are from the Norwegian puzzles.

Two. Prepare for Old Man Winter: Our snowy weather has served as a timely reminder of the onset of winter. Now it the time to prepare for Old Man Winter. A snow blower will make clearing the driveway a breeze, while ergonomic shovels and snow scoops makes the job easier on your back.

“The Calgary Sun”, Saturday, November 10, 2012.

Three. Snow notes about resorts. The resort west of Calgary is experiencing superb early-season conditions, making for a stellar start to the year at the popular Rocky Mountain hot-spot.At Sunshine Village, Lake Louise, Mt. Norquay, Castle Mountain, Nakiska, Revelstoke, Marmot Basin, Whitefish, Panorama the snow in good conditions to enjoy sportsmen and fans.It’s a record-breaking season when we got 34 feet of snow. It’s a solid start of the winter season. We’ve got the momentum.

“The Calgary Sun”, Thursday, November 15, 2012.

Four. Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization working for a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. At the picture in the Calgary Sun one can see Leslie Tamagi, president and CEO of Habitat for Humanity, with Habitat homeowners Cory and Daniela at the Diamonds and Denim Gala in Airdrie.

Five. “Violence against women is a serious national issue”, says Beverley Wybrow, president and CEO of the Canadian Women’s Foundation. “With Hosting for Hope, people are supporting community programs that help women rebuild their lives after abuse and local women’s shelters that provide support and safety to women and children across Canada”.

“The Calgary Sun”, Saturday, November 10, 2012.

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