Well, this was taken on October 21. This is not what we usually see in mid October. It’s not exactly what we hoped to see either.
Last week, we went exploring at Alderson. In the early 1990s it was a thriving prairie town. Today –
This is the “Field of Crosses” in Calgary. It is set up every year to honour people who died in combat who were from southern Alberta. It is an amazing place to visit. Andrew Fleming was my uncle. He was a pilot in World War 2.
The first picture was taken by Joi Weir. The second is from the “fieldofcrosses.com” website.
These are one of my Christmas crafts this year. (Shhh- don’t tell. These are gifts.)
Hooray! It’s almost time for the next student blogging challenge! I love being a commenter because I get to read amazing blogs.
Hello! I am excited to be a commenter for the blogging challenge! I was a teacher for a long time and loved blogging with my students. I am looking forward to seeing what you post on your blog and getting to know a bit about you.
I live close to Brooks, Alberta, Canada.
This is our view in the summer. We kayak on the lake. We love watching the birds – geese, pelicans, ducks, merganzers. We also get to see deer, foxes and coyotes.
This was our view last week. It was foggy and snowing. There’s not enough snow to snowshoe! We’ve had a pretty mild winter so far.
This is Mr. Bean. We got him from our animal protection society, someone just abandoned him. He is seven years old and weighs about 94 pounds. He is pretty spoiled, but lots of fun. He hates the sound the wind makes when he is inside, but doesn’t mind it if he’s outside.