We’ve achieved good momentum when it comes to Project 366 this year. Yesterday we added photo #150 to our photo set. After spending a few minutes thinking about why this year is going much so better than the past 2 … Continue reading
Grandpa GeoK grew up on a small-holding and as an adult he carried on his family’s practice of growing fruit and vegetables. Growing up, Mrs. GeoK spent many hours out in the garden picking raspberries, pulling carrots, eating peaches and … Continue reading
Since planting our first batch of 100 perennials on May 1, followed by a second batch a few days later, we’ve been to the nursery at least twice more, bringing the total number of new perennials in the yard to … Continue reading
Inspired by a current photography collaboration project hosted by Nick and Shannon (described here), over the past few days I’ve made a couple of attempts to try longer exposure photography. Since I’m working with a new-to-me camera and haven’t really … Continue reading
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Over the Victoria Day weekend we enjoyed a relatively short bike ride from Three Sisters down to the Canmore town site, along the paths following the Bow River (with a short detour to find a geocache), back up to the … Continue reading
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