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Houston Misty Bayou

Houston is a huge metropolis but sometimes, you encounter something special while cruising residential neighborhoods on the way to the morning coffee break.

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Spain

Last month, we went to Spain for a week. It was nice to warm up our old bones to the sun before returning to Calgary and get ready for the frigid winter. We had a lot of sun and a lot of fun. I even had a tan for a few days after our return. I was really impressed by this country unknown to me even though it is only one hour away by car from where I grew up. I had to live in Canada before getting an opportunity to visit Madrid. Life is strange...

We drank a lot of Sangria and I had to find a recipe as soon as we landed back in Calgary.

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Two weeks

I have been in China for almost two weeks now and I will be here for another week. This country is fabulous. The people, the food, the historical sites...

I am so grateful to have been given this opportunity.

I was given the chance to visit great places on the week end and I took a few photos for you to enjoy.

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Bragg Creek

This afternoon, we drove to Bragg Creek, a small town south west of Calgary. It is a very pleasant community hidden among tall evergreen trees. I took some pictures and I must say that I wish that I could have pressed the shutter button through my glove. The temperature was -23C (-10F) and even without wind, you can feel your fingers getting cold (and red) after only a few minutes.

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Playing at home

While the snow is falling heavily outside, Calgarians who are not on the slopes skiing have to find something to do. Why not take a few pictures of our home and post them for our friends to see. Here are the pictures.

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Fall in Southern Alberta

I know that some individuals—who I will not name here—wishes me to freeze to death in Calgary especially when they live in a warm climate such as Houston. But, let it be known that winter is not here quite yet and I am exorcising the dreaded season by posting some photos on my Flickr account. Photos were taken in October in Southern Alberta at an elevation greater than 1000m. I will insist on the fact thet there is no  snow on those photos.

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