My heart is so full, this night was incredible and honestly I can’t say enough how much I love each and everyone I spent it with. Seriously so much love for them. Thanks for being my friends, having fires with me, hanging out with me, listening to music, listening to me rant in the car on the way home about life, and just overall being such Godly people. Life without you wouldn’t be the same. I love you guys, a heck ton. Also I wrote a test yesterday at school, hints the photo.
The last 24 hours went by so fast, probably because I was very busy eating my way through a small portion of Calgary. In addition to the ice cream from last night, we had cocktails and tacos at @gringostcalgary
, tiny buttery pies at @piejunkieyyc
, and a French Kicks sundae from @madebymarcus.
I am full to the brim of food and drink and so happy to have had time with family, short and sweet. 🌮🍹🍦🍰
So we lucked out. We didn't see a bear, however my friends say they heard one growl! To which we all speedily made our way down super fast! In record time!...But this dude did just a day or two ago???!!!Great capture via @brenhamwong
Thank goodness I didn't see this prior. I think I'll give the bears some more time to do their thing for this next little while...definitely don't go up there without any bear spray right now. Or ever! And make sure you're at least in a group of 4. Because it was just the 3 of us which we normally never do! and we definitely know better! and no one else on that hill! With Possibly 1 bear 🐻 Not ideal! And here we sat around eating chicken, cheese, tomatoes and crackers at the top, with champagne of course once we reached the summit...Geezus. I think I'll be holding off for a while...still so much fun though! Always breathtaking. And good for the heart! In our case, a racing heart today! Stay safe out there fellow hikers and mountain lovers! The bears are definitely waking up!
Stony plain Multicultural Heritage Centre museum.
The Multicultural Heritage Centre has been preserving and promoting the history of Stony Plain for over 40 years. The Centre boasts a living museum which reflects local history, Western Canadian pioneer life and an art gallery promoting local artists as well as artists from all over Alberta and Canada.
Alongside the Old Red Brick School House stands the Oppertshauser House, built in 1910.
We seek to engage local residents, businesses, governments, community organizations and visitors as we record, promote and celebrate the agricultural heritage, regional cultural roots and historic values of the Town of Stony Plain, the City of Spruce Grove and Parkland County.
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