Tag Archives: Alberta

McDougall Church: Gone

We were coming home from a long weekend of fun.  I had just turned off of the TransCanada Highway onto Morley Road, both to escape the Victoria Day traffic as well as because Waze always suggests that route when navigating … Continue reading

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Nordegg: The Video

While I should have been packing up the trailer so we can get on the road for the long weekend, instead I found myself in the basement putting the final touches on my video from our trip to Nordegg. I … Continue reading

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Trip to Nordegg

Once again, my limited number of free hours has caused my latest posting to be a long time in coming.  Once an idea for a post has formed itself in my mind, I find myself mentally drafting it in bits … Continue reading

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Arrowwood – The Video

Given how little drone footage we took in Arrowwood last week, the resulting video is pretty short and is mainly composed of still images, some of which I used in my original post.  Regardless, you can check it out on … Continue reading

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A Quick Trip to Arrowwood

“Couple visits small town in Alberta and what they found missing will shock you…” Oh, if only I could bring myself to use clickbait-style headlines like that!  Anyway, on to the article… On Good Friday, Emily and I found ourselves … Continue reading

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Badlands — the Video

Finally!  It took multiple attempts to get this together after Windows Movie Maker kept crapping out on the clip of Wayne for some reason.  I had to split the video in two, compile each half separately and then put the … Continue reading

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A Short History of Mitford

The story of Mitford, Alberta is not unique from many other towns that dotted the prairie landscape at the end of the 1800s.  It started with a dream, in this case the dream of one Tom Cochrane, who is apparently … Continue reading

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