Fort Gibraltar

Fort Gibraltar is located at 866 St Joseph Street in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The current fort is a reconstruction that was built in the 1970's and has been the center of the winter celebration, Festival du Voyageur. The fort was originally built near to where the Red and Assiniboine Rivers intersect. The Northwest and Hudson... Continue Reading →


After a little more then five weeks on this project, I am very happy to share this Photo Video with everyone. This is a collection of photographs I took through out 2021. Most of the photos are from walks with Brandy in parks from around southern Manitoba. Making this collection Brandy and I spent a... Continue Reading →

Finding the Path

Let’s face it, 2020 sucked for most of us. Our families experienced loss, pain and disparity. There were changes, so many changes. We saw lineups for groceries for the first time and restrictions on travel. Normals we never saw coming, like remote learning for children, face masks and hand sanitizing before shopping. We were isolated... Continue Reading →

St. Norbert Art Centre

The Trappist Monks built a Guesthouse in 1912 on the Abby of Our Lady of the Prairies property.  Today known as the St. Norbert Art Center it is next to Trappist Monastery Provincial Park.  Unfortunately with Covid the building is not regularly open, the grounds and gardens are available for viewing.  Our Lady of the Prairies Guest... Continue Reading →

Trappist Monastery Provincial Park

This maybe the most peaceful place I have visited. The Trappist Monks were invited to the prairies of Canada from France in 1892. In 1903-04 the Our Lady of the Prairies monks built their church and occupied it and the grounds for 86 years. They self sustained themselves with gardens, orchards and a dairy farm.... Continue Reading →

Riel House Historic Site

Riel House National Historic Site of Canada. Riel Family Home. Twelve people lived in this little house, 8 of them in the second floor attic. There are two bedrooms on the main floor and a common room, the kitchen was an add on at the back. The building is a Red River construction, it was... Continue Reading →

A Walk Around The Legislative Building

Canadian FlagManitoba Provincial Flag The Building and Architecture Government House, the home of the Lieutenant Governor Statues and Monuments Gardens The Grounds and Scenery The Manitoba Legislature Building is located at 450 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 0V8 Broadway

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