OUR West Coast from sea to sea…we have to be grateful for this land.
frozen moments at 26 stormy point road
My friend Norma’s home is just a few blocks from this site, in Victoria.
Lion’s Gate Bridge
Girl at the bow of the Ferry heading for Vancouver Island, a windy day!
View of Lion’s Bay from the Wreglesworth-Gerard home
A disc in Kathleen’s window in Banff, a reminder of her roots and her late father’s roots to the prairie
? Sunshine, oh why do I not ski like I used to>
Columbia Ice fields viewed from the Jasper/Banff highway.
Grassi Lake Canmore Alberta…
Hieroglyphics carved into the rock 1000s of years ago are revealed on this rock face at summer solstice. This mountain is above Grassi Lake in Canmore Alberta.
foothills take us to so many Rocky Mountain places
camping in the foothills
Jasper’s famous Totem Pole…..
The Heritage Railway Station was built in 1911; cobblestone was used in the wainscoting, so familiar throughout the area. My first trip to Jasper was with my mom, aunt and sister. I was 5 years old and we stayed in a log cabin….
memories of the North Saskatchewan River.
Lee at her home near Vermillion, grooming her horses.
it snows in Edmonton….not surprised.
heading to Alberta….
Psynka The Easter Egg
Bronze Bison on the steps of the Manitoba Legislative Building.
Bronze Bison in the Manitoba Legislative building
Painting of fishing huts, seen from the point on Stormy Point Road, Lake Manitouwabing (the great spirit watches over)
Bronze statue only 1 meter tall, by David Robinson and donated to the Stockey Centre in Parry Sound. It is called “On Holy Ground”, and portrays a business man taking off his shoes and taking a moment to view the vista of Georgian Bay
Bronze Statue in the St. Claire/Yonge area of Toronto.
This photo was taken before the Bronze Statue was stolen from the property aligning St. Stephen-in-The Field Church on College Street in Toronto. Artist is Timothy Schmaltz(the thief did return the art piece eventually. It is called “Homeless Jesus”.
Iceberg off the coast of Twillingate, Northern Newfoundland
Exploit’ River, Grand Falls-Windsor. an unusual siting, the perfect circle of ice resulting from the strong currents and water temperature
Shanawdithits (last living Beothuk), carved by artist Gerry Squires and is located on an Heritage Site in Boyd’s Cove, NL.
Newfoundlander dogs resting near their home at Fogo Inn.
St John’s Harbou, Newfoundland