Opera Consonance Exhibit at Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2014 (Denver, USA)

Opera Audio (Consonance) as an elite high fidelity audio manufacturer, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. They brought in a full range of audio products, ranging from flagship ship CD player, turntables, tube amplifiers to newest digital streamers and DACs, to the 2014 Rocky Mountain Audio Fest held at Denver CO, USA. If you want to see the highest quality of Chinese HiFi represented by Consonance products, drop by our exhibit room 8020 at the Marriott tower this weekend. Myself will be at the exhibit room to help answer any questions you may have. If you are looking to add a piece of gear to your home audio setup, do ask us about show special price - all demo equipment is available for sale at the end of the 3-day audio fest at amazing price. - Rachel @ Grant Fidelity

grantfidelity's RMAF2014 album on Photobucket

Eternally Rest In Peace, My Dearest Ian

I have completed scattering Ian's ashes to the beautiful Canadian west coast Pacific Ocean on Aug 31st, one month after Ian's passing on July 31st, 2014 near Gulf Islands, British Columbia. Although grieving and mourning are still a long way to go, I have somewhat found more peace in my heart by taking the time to remember all the good qualities of Ian and let go of the flaws that we human beings all have in one way or another. For all friends that Ian and I have made through the audio business, the picture below will be yours and mine forever to cherish in memory, knowing Ian's remains are now eternally rest in peace with love from his friends forever in a piece of heaven on earth. Good-Bye Ian, have a safe journey to whatever the universe directs you to in the next dimension. - with love, Rachel.

(The site is marked out with green lines around it in the picture - it is a natural sea birds habitat with tranquil waters, gentle wind and beautiful sunshine.)

ian ash scattering site web picture 09132014

Ian's Memorial Luncheon at Agape Hospice Calgary

agape staff Ian memorial - lorrisa tanya and christine



It's the high time to say a very big 'thank you' for these wonderful women and men at Calgary Agape Hospice. They made Ian's final life journey on this planet not about self-pity, not about regret, but about continuing giving love to people around him in the means he could and learning what true love and caring are about to the last minute of his life. Pictures are some of the wonderful staff at Agape Hospice at Ian's memorial luncheon holding Ian's favorite iced coffee recipe which was created at Agape by me at the resident kitchen. The young lady in the middle holding the recipe is the nurse who cared for Ian during the night that Ian passed away.

agape staff Ian memorial - Aug 11 day staff



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