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I created two 12″ x 12″ scrapbook pages in November 2015. The layouts were scanned by me with an Epson WF 3620 scanner. The photos are of myself and a friend and were taken by our husbands in September 2010 … Continue reading
We visited Ram Falls in Alberta, Canada on a lovely Spring day. One can still see a little bit of snow on the ground. “Bighorn sheep can be seen on the slopes of the 2850-metre Ram Range throughout the year—often near Ram … Continue reading
Fall in our garden October 2011 Nikon D70 © Summer in our Garden August 2011 Nikon D70 © Spring in our garden. May 2010 Nikon D70 © Our garden December 2009 Nikon D70 © Snow in May
Thank you Sonsothunder for the “Versatile Blogger” award. There are so many wonderful bloggers out there and most of them have already been awarded, so I wont pass on the award. Bloggers. “Bleeding Cowboy Font” from: Da Font.com Skokijan on … Continue reading
We went camping at Waiparous Provincial Park again. On the Thursday evening we were the only people in the whole campsite, but our friends joined us for the rest of the weekend and we almost had the whole place to … Continue reading
After we left Banff Town we went to Lake Minnewanka, where it was raining a bit less. Road to Lake Minnewanka Please click for larger image Nikon D70 © “Lake Minnewanka has a rich history. There are recorded archaeological sites … Continue reading
Deer Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada Please click for larger images Nikon D 300 After we left Moraine Lake we went to the town of Banff, via the Bow Valley Parkway. It was still raining which made the fall colors … Continue reading
Castle Mountain, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada After we left Moraine Lake we went to the town of Banff, via the Bow Valley Parkway. 30 September 2010 Nikon D 300 © “Castle Mountain is located in the heart of Banff … Continue reading
After leaving Lake Louise we went to Moraine Lake in Banff National Park It was still raining. September 2010 Nikon D70 © September 2010 Nikon D70 © “Moraine Lake is a glacially-fed lake in Banff National Park, 14 kilometres (8.7 … Continue reading