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22 Photos of A Calgary Roadtrip

Megan and I took our long weekend and decided to hit the road to Cowtown and points south. Here’s a smattering of pictures from our trip and our visit to Heritage Park.

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Southbound!

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Spring means newly planted fields and lots of sky. It’s something that I missed when we lived in BC and Ireland.

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Me in the rear-view mirror.

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The view out our hotel room in Calgary.

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My obligatory cup of Timmy’s, standing in line for tickets at Heritage Park.

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Sweet old gas pumps. They have a new antique car building/display.

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A synagogue/school/community center for Jewish settlers.

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Beautiful old house.

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Two horses named Splinter and Shredder. TMNT anyone?

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Taking photos of the blacksmith. I’m not sure what he was making, but it was pointy.

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Fun with blurry photos. I’m excited to play with my new camera for shots like this.

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Megan loves taking photos of grain elevators.

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Elevator photo number two (of ~20).

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Choo-choo!

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One of the locomotives being restored in the roundhouse.

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Great sign.

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Megan taking a break and hiding from me.

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I love old farm machinery.

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Also a fan of chickens. I used to have chickens that laid blue/green eggs. They were tasty.

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Every farm needs a windmill.

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And every small town needs a sweets shop.

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And us riding the trolly back to our car. I still like Fort Edmonton better, but this was a great weekend trip.

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