Lake Louise

Posted by on Sep 25, 2017 in Canada | 4 Comments
Lake Louise

The Lake has undeniable beauty and atmosphere. The hotel has the star power of inns such as the Ahwanee in Yosemite, Fairmont in SF or most any hotel at the edge of Central Park in NYC. Chateau Lake Louise is a landmark as is the lake it is named for, no matter seen close up […]

The Flowers Of Yoho National Park

Posted by on Sep 19, 2017 in Canada | 2 Comments
The Flowers Of Yoho National Park

Usually I don’t like to throw too many pictures at you all at once but what we saw during our time there was overwhelming. This collection of SOME of what we saw was intended to do the same. Some flowers I knew, some I didn’t, some were in gardens and some, like the Lady Slipper […]

Fire Moon

Posted by on Sep 15, 2017 in Friday Art Project | 3 Comments
Fire Moon

Behind this rare beauty is the memory of so much lost, so many now homeless. Thankful for the firefighters across the west who have kept it from being even worse.

Revelstoke Rail Museum

Posted by on Sep 13, 2017 in Canada | 4 Comments
Revelstoke Rail Museum

I’m a sucker for a railway museum. Big or small it doesn’t matter. I stop, look & listen, as the old rail crossing signs used to say. Considering the relatively small size of Revelstoke, Canada (7,100), they had a good sized museum, though most of the rollingstock was outside. This wedge snowplow was built in […]