Chapel in my home airport
“Little” snack upon arriving at my aunt and uncle’s house in Edmonton. Ukrainian, you know. 😉
Don’t the hanging ones mean rural?
My uncle loves this snow hill apparently. Every time we drove past it he went “And there’s the snow pile!”
Apparently this is what they do with excess snow in Alberta as opposed to here where we just pile it up.
I seldom travel domestic. Tim’s kept confusing me. See also: being able to use Canadian money.
My $2 IKEA lunch.
Family Day in Hawrelak Park – a few of my fave ice sculptures that we saw on display
Unfortunately I could not find the sledges and that made me sad (Hawrelak Park)
Pretty doggies (Hawrelak Park).
Salt and pepper shakers! (Whyte Avenue)
FOUND CUPCAKES ON WHYTE AVENUE!!!!
In T&T Supermarket, an Asian market in West Edmonton Mall. The majority of the market did not to over well with me as it was full of hanging pigs and chickens with feet and live crabs about to be killed. Apparently that was a place where being a vegetarian was a bad thing.
For those of you on the receiving end of my COFFEE IN A CAN!!!! tweets, this is what I meant.
Uncle Paul and Auntie Louise [actually my GREAT aunt and uncle] took us for dinner at the fancy Marriott on our last night in Edmonton because the casinos give them various gift card moneys for their patronage [aka they go scan their cards DAILY to get points. Its like their full time job].
Hello various people pictures in the room I stayed in whom I don’t know who you are of.
Take a closer look shall we?
It is little-with-big-glasses and bad hair me! (Sorry mom, yes, I had bad hair).
LOOK. IT’S MY DAD BEING ALL GRADUATING WITH FUNNY HAIR ALSO. See also – me being all graduated.
YEG – Wednesday morning.
In the air:
Love you too, Tim’s. But you existed in Edmonton, so I didn’t have to miss you, I just didn’t have you while there.
Video to come whenever I have some time to edit it together.