The Parade for the Calgary Stampede.
A Lancaster Plane at the Bomber Command Museum in Nanton.
Old Grain Elevators in Nanton, AB.
My Uncle Ed, his lovely lady Heather, and me wearing some of my TG clothes!
Stunningly beautiful Lake Louise.
A shed! I got me a shed! It will be a work in progress, but I plan on taking my treadle machine out here, so I can sew in the garden!
The Largest Dinosaur in the World! Drumheller.
Royal Tyrell Dinosuar Musuem in Drumheller.
A real, live grizzly bear near Vermillion Lakes.
View from Banff Springs Hotel - this is a 'panorama' pic so the perspective is a little wonky!
Canola fields on the Prairies - just down the road from my house.
Looking down from Mt Norquay over the Banff Townsite.
Uncle Ed and Dad looking down over Vermillion Lakes where we saw the bear.
Phew! It was fun looking back over the pics and realising just how much travelling we did. This does not show the malls that we visited, various restaurants, Atlas Mines, Sheep River Falls etc., etc., etc! It certainly highlights how comfy we have become - doing things around the house, not moving far from home, but boy, I'm exhausted! I'm looking forward to getting down to business and doing some sewing again! I picked up some patterns during the most recent Tina Givens sale, so can't wait to get cracking with them! Also, have you seen the most recent post on the Curvy Sewing Collective? It's all about Lagenlook - do take a look!
How has your summer been?