Changes and growth…

I finally managed to get out shooting again last night, which felt good. It was a quiet evening with little wildlife moving about; still, I managed to capture an image of this hawk having supper, which is as cool as it is disturbing. Even birds need to eat. Despite not finding much to shoot last, … Continue reading Changes and growth…

Photography road trip…

Today was busier than it felt, despite sleeping in. I made pancakes for lunch for Lynn and I, then ended up cleaning my camera and lenses, because it had been awhile since it's been done, and with the pets, their fur gets everywhere. With that task completed, Lynn, Rolo, and I -Sorry Taffy!!-loaded into the … Continue reading Photography road trip…

Media Wednesday: Author Review; Richard Castle

Nathan Fillion plays Richard Castle in the ABC Television series 'Castle". I'm a fan of crime fiction. Michael Connelly and Jeffery Deaver especially. However, I'm currently reading an actual book written by a fictional character... Yes, I know that the last statement doesn't make any sense but let me explain. The fictional character who wrote … Continue reading Media Wednesday: Author Review; Richard Castle

Falling into routine

We are falling into a routine after the stress of the last few days. I'm slowly getting back into my work projects, and Lynn is doing some online marketing for the store and her home-based-businesses. The air in the house is definitely somber compared to what it was, but the other two dogs are starting … Continue reading Falling into routine

Weathering the storm…

Tonight, I find myself in a contemplative mood. I found out today that the paper is struggling today, due to ad revenue fleeing because of the pandemic. According to the letter from the publisher, if things don't change, the paper may not survive through to the other side of this. It has me considering my … Continue reading Weathering the storm…

Movie Review: 1917 (No Spoilers)

I was invited along to check out the movie "1917" with some of the guys from church on Wednesday night. I'd seen a couple of trailers for the movie, and they didn't really grab me, but I figured I'd go along with the guys. I am glad I did. The movie is set during the … Continue reading Movie Review: 1917 (No Spoilers)

A little of this, a little of that…

Aside from going hypoglycaemic during a workout, today hasn't been a terrible day. I spent most of the day in the office split between studying and a session with M. I booked my final exam for the later part of February, so I am definitely getting into crunch time. I did get just over a … Continue reading A little of this, a little of that…

Getting more active and creating local content again…

Yesterday and today have been somewhat more active than most as of late. I was out the door early yesterday morning for a meeting, then stopped off at the store to help Lynn pull down the last of Christmas -which we still need to do at home-. The afternoon was spent writing and editing photos, … Continue reading Getting more active and creating local content again…

The old country church

Lynn and I went out into the back country a few days ago, and along our travels we found this old church. The church is called Notre Dam de Savoie, north of Halkirk. Notre Dame de Savoie Church, north of Halkirk. Kevin J Sabo photo. Being a sucker for history, I had to stop and … Continue reading The old country church

Turning a corner

Today was a busy one. Up and out by 10 this morning to have lunch with Lynn and take pictures at the Alliance Town Fair and Farmers Market. After the market it was a quick stop home to drop off a couple things, then a trip to Coronation for multiple events. First up, several members … Continue reading Turning a corner