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in French = rest
in German = recess
in Norwegian = intermission
in Spanish = (una pausa) a break
in English = breathing-space, delay, hiathus

...It is time for something completely different...


 
   Play "Guess What The Photos Are" in the table below


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  • This is a helicopter taking off.
  • This is a flower.
  • This is candlestick holder.
This is a passiflora flower.This is a passiflora flower.
  • These are scuba diving fins.
  • This is a flower.
  • These are butterflies.
These are butterflies in FloridaThese are butterflies in Florida
  • This is a butterfly.
  • This is an ant.
  • This is a car.
This is a butterfly from FloridaThis is a butterfly from Florida
  • This is a telephone book.
  • This is a mushroom.
  • This is seaweed.
This is a mushroom.This is a mushroom.
  • This is a jelly bean on a table.
  • This is a key hole.
  • This is a cookie on a plate.
This is a key hole.This is a key hole.
  • These are pencil shavings.
  • This is a pile of fire wood.
  • These are mushrooms.
This is a pile of fire wood.This is a pile of fire wood.
  • This is a flower - up close and personal.
  • This is a scrunched up piece of paper.
  • This is an insect - up close and personal.
This is a flower - up close and personal.This is a flower - up close and personal.
  • This is a wooden bowl decorated with traditional Norwegian pattern.
  • This is Wile E. Coyote chasing the Road Runner.
  • This is a salad.
This is a wooden bowl decorated with traditional Norwegian pattern.This is a wooden bowl decorated with traditional Norwegian pattern.
  • This is my favourite 4-legged nephew, Austin.
  • This is a flower pot.
  • This is an old lady.
This is my favourite 4-legged nephew, Austin.This is my favourite 4-legged nephew, Austin.
  • This is a hard hat.
  • This is a selection of dental equipments.
  • These are wooden spoons.
These are wooden spoons.These are wooden spoons.
  • These are knitting needles.
  • This is a barcode.
  • This is Rob and Erik following ski tracks in Gatineau Park.
This is Rob and Erik following ski tracks in Gatineau Park.This is Rob and Erik following ski tracks in Gatineau Park.
  • This is a domino tile.
  • This is a mould for making cheese.
  • This is a chocolate bar.
This is a mould for making cheese - Norwegian brown cheese, that is (Brunost).This is a mould for making cheese - Norwegian brown cheese, that is (Brunost).
  • This is a marshmallow - up close and personal.
  • These are footprints in the snow in Montebello, Quebec.
  • This is a piece of Swiss cheese.
These are footprints in the snow in Montebello, Quebec.These are footprints in the snow in Montebello, Quebec.
  • This is a tree.
  • These are hieroglyphs.
  • This is granite - up close and personal.
This is granite - up close and personal. Foundations on a Norwegian barn.This is granite - up close and personal. Foundations on a Norwegian barn.
  • This is a pencil sharpener on top of a piece of paper.
  • This is a UFO coming in to land.
  • This is Hild skating on the Rideau Canal in Ottawa, Ontario.
This is Hild skating on the Rideau Canal in Ottawa, Ontario.This is Hild skating on the Rideau Canal in Ottawa, Ontario.
  • This is the mother-of-all granite counter tops being installed in Lakewood, Colorado.
  • This is a piece of honey toast.
  • This is a close-up of the Mojave Desert.
This is the mother-of-all granite counter tops being installed in Lakewood, Colorado.This is the mother-of-all granite counter tops being installed in Lakewood, Colorado.
  • This is lichen covering a rock.
  • This is a satellite image of the Rocky Mountains.
  • More granite? Surely not...
This is lichen covering a rock.This is lichen covering a rock.
  • This is a flower.
  • This is a dog.
  • More lichen? Surely not...
Yes!  This is more lichen. This time covering a tree.Yes!  This is more lichen. This time covering a tree.
  • This is the blade of an ice skate.
  • This is another UFO - taking off.
  • This is the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri.
This is the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri.This is the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri.
  • This is a cigarette butt.
  • This is a roll of tree bark.
  • This is a hedgehog.
This is a roll of tree bark.This is a roll of tree bark.
  • These are rolled up newspapers.
  • These are rolled up garden mats.
  • This is rubbish.
These are rolled up garden mats.These are rolled up garden mats.
  • Surely not more tree bark?
  • This is a pile of papers.
  • This is an old man.
Yes, more tree bark - this time piled high!Yes, more tree bark - this time piled high!
  • These are hub caps.
  • More UFOs? Surely not?!
  • These are Norwegian pancakes (takke kaker).
These are Norwegian pancakes (takke kaker).These are Norwegian pancakes (takke kaker).
  • These are springtime buds on a tree.
  • This is a spider.
  • This is more lichen.
These are springtime buds on a tree.These are springtime buds on a tree.
  • This is melted toffee on marshmallows.
  • These are soggy chips with cheese curd and gravy.
  • This looks disgusting.
These are soggy chips with cheese curd and gravy (i.e. Poutine).These are soggy chips with cheese curd and gravy (i.e. Poutine).
  • This is Chilean food.
  • This is the eye of a dog - up close and personal.
  • This is jam roly-poly.
This is Chilean food (Pastel de Choclo).This is Chilean food (Pastel de Choclo).
  • Is it a bird?
  • Is it a plane?
  • Is it Lionel the Landcruiser and Tap-Tap the computer - going walkabout?
This is indeed Lionel the Landcruiser and Tap-Tap the computer - going walkabout.This is indeed Lionel the Landcruiser and Tap-Tap the computer - going walkabout.
  • This is R2-D2.
  • This is a coin operated binocular.
  • This is a gadget for measuring rock face movement.
This is a gadget - affectionately known as Arturito - for measuring rock face movement.This is a gadget - affectionately known as Arturito - for measuring rock face movement.
  • This is a shark at -60 feet.
  • This is the wing of an aeroplane in the sunset at 30.000 feet.
  • This is a crochet needle - up close and personal.
This is the wing of an aeroplane in the sunset at 30.000 feet.This is the wing of an aeroplane in the sunset at 30.000 feet.



Well done! ...time to get back to work???



 
   Board Game for Directors

Working with project controls is a real-life roller coaster:

  • If your cup is half-full: controllable uphills followed by exhilarating downhill thrills.
  • Or if your cup is half-empty: uphill battles followed by out-of-control downhills.

The events described in this board game are based on our own experiences. If this makes you worried, note that all names and locations have been altered to protect the guilty (or were they really innocent?). As you will see, we have had more than a few laughs over the years.

Your mission: Complete each of the four phases of a mining project in as few moves as possible - at least compared to all the other registered players. Aim to be number one on the Players list!

View a screen shot of the board by hovering your mouse pointer over the image to the right.

Click here to accept the mission
Board Game for DirectorsBoard Game for Directors
 

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