Sunday, 31 October 2021
Saturday, 30 October 2021
Friday, 29 October 2021
Thursday, 28 October 2021
Wednesday, 27 October 2021
Tuesday, 26 October 2021
Monday, 25 October 2021
Sunday, 24 October 2021
Friday, 22 October 2021
Wednesday, 20 October 2021
Tuesday, 19 October 2021
Sunday, 17 October 2021
Saturday, 16 October 2021
Had plans to be out this weekend. I am actually supposed to be off on a few days vacation.
One of my vehicles is in the shop. It needs a part and the part is not available anywhere in my area. It is being sent from Ontario. That is the vehicle I was going to use. I should get it back next week.
I had plans to leave Friday and meet up with someone for a short roadtrip. The person came down with something, not COVID. I cancelled my time off and I am rescheduling. Most of what I have planned or scheduled this year has rarely worked out. That is not a complaint, it is an observation.
Spending my time re-evaluating a few things. My friend died recently and left a lot of things unfinished and a lot of things that he did not accomplish. I do not want to be that person. There is not a lot that I want to do but there are a few things. I have just been thinking how I want to spend the future and what is really important.
Friday, 15 October 2021
Violetdale School 1918 - 1940
In rural Alberta located here: 52.2590, -110.9092
This was on my list for a year. It turned out to be a bit of a disappointment as I thought there would be more here. The road is more of a trail and it is like this for about two kilometres that goes over some hills, curves, and hugs the side of a hill.
The school site is on top of a hill where you can see the countryside in all directions. There is nothing there except for a foundation and a school sign. There are a lot of cow patties. Typical rural hazard.
It is a small school. It looks like it was under six hundred square feet. The location is a bit different as it is off the beaten path.
Thursday, 14 October 2021
Tuesday, 12 October 2021
Monday, 11 October 2021
Three kilometres west of Campsie, Alberta.
Between 1908 and 1911 approximately one thousand black settlers emigrated from the United States to Alberta and settled in Wildwood, Amber Valley, Campsie, and Breton. This is a cemetery of black burials. The gate is right by the highway and easy to miss due to the trees and brush.
There is a cleared path that comes to a small clearing where the gravesites are. The markers are all the same and set into the ground. It is well kept.