Philip Wolf

The author

The Temp: Every day of the year should be Mother’s Day

Sunday is one of the most special days on the calendar. Mother’s Day.

The author

The Temp: Soundtrack of youth loses another familiar voice

Dearly beloved/We are gathered here today/To get through this thing called life...

The Temp: Remember any old phone numbers?

Tucked away in the recesses of my mind are an endless array of phone numbers.

Breaking the ice: weather and sports gear staples

An old pearl of wisdom ingrained into pretty much everyone from the time they come into the world. For kids, it’s remarkably sage advice.

Nothing beats the scenery, and the climate on Vancouver Island

I have to apologize to Vancouver Island — that’s right, the actual island.

Getting fingerprinted a strange experience

I believe it was the first time in my life, though it may have happened when I was a toddler for one of those little safety booklets

Mud Run memories and other school tales

“Philip, there’s a man up front who says he’s an old friend. Do you have time to see him?”

Cowichan Valley Capitals goalie Lane Michasiw follows the play during B.C. Hockey League action on Saturday against the Nanaimo Clippers at Island Savings Centre. The Caps open BCHL playoff action Friday in Powell River.

Caps return to post-season for first time in four years

The Cowichan Valley Capitals are set for the B.C. Hockey League’s second season

Cowichan Valley Capitals goalie Lane Michasiw follows the play during B.C. Hockey League action on Saturday against the Nanaimo Clippers at Island Savings Centre. The Caps open BCHL playoff action Friday in Powell River.

Four wheels replace two earlier these days

Thanks to my pals at Google Maps, I now understand why I weighed about a buck-fifty in high school.

Philip Wolf back in the day.

An unexpected opportunity to return home

You can take the boy out of Duncan, but you can never take the Duncan out of the boy.

Philip Wolf back in the day.
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