Monthly Archives: October 2017

Farewell to Sears

I’m going to take a little detour from the vacation posts and instead talk about Sears.  I’m not interested in discussing what went wrong for the once-mighty retailer in terms of a retail case study, but rather looking at the … Continue reading

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STST2017: Notch Hill Church

Let me issue a disclaimer right up front.  Under normal circumstances, I wouldn’t disclose the location of this church with this much detail.  I would have normally said “near Sorrento” and left it at that, but I wanted to be … Continue reading

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STST2017: Glacier Park Lodge

All too often on these pages we document the loss of historic structures, and this one is relatively new compared to many that we have lost over the years. The Glacier Park Lodge is located on the TransCanada Highway in … Continue reading

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STST2017: Field Telegraph Office

The small brick telegraph office has become like an old friend that I always stop in and check on when passing by, just to make sure everything is going well. Continue reading

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Scratching the Surface Tour 2017

Can getting there be half the fun when you don’t really know where there is? Continue reading

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Two Endangered Elevators

It may be snowy and blustery today, but back in September when we made our way out to Moose Jaw for Threshing Bee, it was a glorious hot day.  While normal people would take the TransCanada Highway from Calgary to … Continue reading

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