My late Uncle Walter was an avid collector of antiques, which my family has now inherited. He had many different kinds of antiques, including tools, furniture, collectables, toys, and household items in a storage locker.
While looking through the locker, one item that immediately grabbed my attention was this Corona #3 typewriter. Its characteristic appearance and fairly small size appealed to me since I have a small place and not much space for large items. I figured it would be a great remembrance to Walter. Continue reading
Last summer, I took many photos that I didn’t get a chance to post. Here are a few of my favourites. Continue reading
Back in September, I travelled to Nanton which is about an hour outside Calgary. This is a small, friendly town known for a wide selection of antiques, an air space museum, and other knick knacks.
The antiques made me think of my uncle Walter, since he always collected them and took me to antique stores whenever he visited. I texted him telling him where I was, and he replied saying he looked forward to my next visit to his house in North Carolina. Little did I know, this is the last thing he would ever say to me. He passed away 4 days later.
Enjoy these photos of Nanton which I believe demonstrate the quintessential beauty of rural Alberta. Continue reading
One of the tourist attractions in Calgary is Heritage Park. Over the past 2 summers, I took several photos that I’d like to share. Most of the park is now closed for the winter. Continue reading
As 2014 begins, I am playing catch up with my next few posts from the summer.
This posts covers my photos taken at the Glenmore Reservoir a few days after the flood waters receded. Continue reading
Christmas was very difficult for many people in Saint John this year due to power outages lasting days due to an ice storm. Fortunately, my family was not affected. Continue reading