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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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Dog Playing with Drone

So, after yesterday’s long and serious post, how about some fun?  Tucker the Dog playing with the drone at the local off leash area. I do have a couple of my more traditional “historic places” posts coming up, hopefully later … Continue reading

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Right Place, Right Time

I was out with the drone doing some filming for a different project when I heard the unmistakable sound of a freight train approaching.  I have not yet had the chance to film a train from the air so this … Continue reading

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Christ Church in Millarville

Earlier this month I took a very creative route home from Calgary — it happens a lot when you’re like me.  My drive brought me by the Christ Church near Millarville, Alberta.  This is a location we have visited on … Continue reading

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Revisiting McDougall Church

You don’t need to follow DanOCan.com for long to know that McDougall Memorial United Church is one of my favorite places to visit.  I have been out there for Historic Calgary Week presentations, in the dead of winter, and in … Continue reading

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The Elevators of Mossleigh and Herronton

The small Alberta hamlet of Mossleigh has something that few prairie towns can still lay claim to, a row of three grain elevators.  While this was once a common sight, these prairie icons are rapidly disappearing and seeing three in … Continue reading

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