Neil (nt) wrote,

These are a few pictures I took on Saturday's walk along the Bow River and past the Stampede grounds:

• the Rundle Ruins: the remains of an old sandstone hospital building from the 1890s; now part of a park

Rundle Ruins

• the Saddledome and downtown Calgary from Scotsman's Hill

Saddledome and downtown Calgary from Scotsman's Hill

• a sculpture or mural of an Indian family in another park

sculpture of Indian family

It has turned colder and is snowing a bit, so no walks today! Instead I've been doing such fun things as buying groceries and taking the garbage out. I'm going to spend some time on my Photo-Paint tutorial book this afternoon. I still need to do my taxes (due April 30th), but I think I'll leave that until next weekend.

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