#FABTrip21: Byemoor for less

The goal of #FABTrip21 is to take you, the viewer, on a virtual tour of southern Alberta’s out-of-the-way places and spaces, which we do for less, saving you time and money as you follow along with your personal device (that was a bit of a stretch for a pun, I know). We kicked off a […]

#FABTRIP21: Hilda and Schuler

Earlier in the summer I took a quick trip with the family to see some sites of interest in Happyland, the friendliest little M.D. in Saskatchewan. Along the way we passed through the extremely photogenic corner of the dry belt that is home to Hilda and Schuler. Schuler is still very much alive and kicking, […]

“Finder, and keeper, of forgotten puzzle pieces”

So this is me. Many thanks to the AMA, specifically Misty Harris for taking an interest in my story, and the brothers Jeremy and Ashley Chugg, and videographer, Shaun Henning, for making this video an amazing experience. The final product is outstanding. And of course, thanks to my brother Nick and his crew for letting […]

Here’s to the Grange

Last weekend was a bad one for Carmangay. On Sunday this village of 250 was visited twice by fire, the scourge of many an old tyme prairie burg. The region’s infamous gales drove a blaze eastward across the tinder dry plains towards the town, prompting an evacuation of the community Sunday afternoon. The prairie fire […]

Mike Drew, Hemaruka, and A mention in passing

My friend and colleague, Lorena Franchuk, alerted me to the fact that the legendary Calgary Sun photographer and columnist, Mike Drew, was on CBC Radio earlier today. While I don’t know him personally, Mike was a great inspiration to me in the early days of this project. I was pleased to hear he and I […]