The Banff Gondola leads you up Sulpur Mountain, which was a Cosmic Ray station in the the 1950s. It’s high elevation let’s you experience our weather – including the shifting of the clouds.
A couple years ago I had written about some graffiti I was seeing in a bunch of places. It’s “Tout est possible,” meaning “Anything is possible” or “Everything is possible” — depending on how you want to translate it from French. I’ve been reading The Moth – which is a book of 50 true life stories ...
Canada’s first panda cubs are still a star attraction at the Toronto Zoo. Jia Panpan (male) & Jia Yueyue (female) mean Canadian hope & Canadian joy respectively. Don’t know which is which. They are over a year old now. It took about 45 mins in line to see them.
This beautiful little winery was a new one for the yearly wine tour. Calamus is Latin for archer. The land (like in many agricultural areas) turns up arrowheads. So Calamus Winery is an homage to its history.
‘No comment’ is a splendid expression. I am using it again and again. Winston Churchill A fellow PR practitioner shared his ink recently. “No comment” is a known no-no as a spokesperson, making it ironic. The other is just a good lesson given our reputations are everything. Read more stories ‘Behind the ink.’
This picture was snapped through my telescope at our farm in northern Alberta last Sunday. Very little light pollution in our rural area.
Headed out to Indy Toronto last weekend. Not quite as loud as NASCAR, although ear plugs are great to have handy. We enjoyed a gorgeous day, with a beautiful view panoramic view of the city. Driver Will Power – who is apparently on fire right now – took home the title.
“Marking the skin places people in relationships that are social, political and cosmological.” Until September, the Royal Ontario Museum is showing TATTOOS. Ritual. Identity. Obsession. Art. Unlike My Story. My Tattoo. in Guelph, ON, this exhibit really was a history lesson (5000 years in the making) on body ink. Read more stories ‘Behind the ink.’
A common misconception is that Edmonton is in northern Alberta. Turns out the community of Swan Hills – a couple hours NW – is actually the geographic centre of the province. It’s found on aptly named Grizzly Trail highway.
The last time I’d been to Fort McMurray’s Snye Park was a couple years ago. Construction wasn’t done then but the sunset remains beautiful. 2014 2016