David Andrews, aka @davetheaxe, is angry. He is very frustrated because we don’t all know how to use traffic circles in Edmonton. He wants someone, anyone, to put up signs explaining how they should be used correctly, and he said so on #yegtraffic, the Twitter stream dedicated to […]
These are some of the many murals decorating the retaining wall at the upper end of the trail alongside Kinnaird Ravine in Edmonton, Alberta. Images from the trail and of the North Saskatchewan River.
These are the colours I saw on my walk yesterday. They are also, coincidentally, the colours of the Edmonton Eskimos football team.
We can all get along. I know because I’ve seen us do it. On Saturday I took the bus downtown, as I do on most weekends. It’s about a thirty-minute ride and in that time I saw people of various ages, ethnicities, and abilities helping each other out. […]
I have just come home after a fabulous week in which I saw three Broadway shows with my younger son, Jamie, and his partner; we saw Hamilton, The Humans, and Avenue Q. All were wonderful, each for different reasons, but the most magical event was, of course, Hamilton. […]
I have just returned from my first visit to New York where I took lots of pictures. Among them were several pictures of street and wall art, some of which you can see here. There is one Banksy in there and another that may be a Banksy, but […]
Imagine you have gone to a foreign country for a visit and you are enthralled by the clothes, the customs, the food, the culture. You find it delightful to experience even briefly the unusual and unexpected. You visit national monuments and attend cultural events, and you smile at […]