Living Analogue in a Digital World

September 14, 2015

We live in a digital age. I don’t really need to tell you that, you know. We write emails to our friends, not letters. We write notes on laptops, instead of notebooks, and I doubt […]

Jurassic Province

September 4, 2015

When Jurassic Park opened in theaters back in 1993 it sparked dinosaur fever.  The massive blockbuster, directed by Steven Spielberg and based on Michael Crichton’s 1990 novel of the same name, grossed $900 million worldwide in it’s […]

Wild Jobs Part Three: Wildland Firefighter

August 21, 2015

Wildfires have dominated headlines for much of the past few months.  So far this season there have been 1,638 wildfires with 101 burning on the same day, making May 18 the third busiest day since […]

Meadows in the Sun

August 7, 2015

Most of the visitor’s to Sunshine Village arrive during the winter months for epic skiing and snowboarding, but an increasing number of people are discovering that the popular resort is also worth a trip in the summer.  Sunshine Village […]

Cold Water Kings

July 23, 2015

When you think about the sport of surfing you likely picture turquoise water, radiant sunshine, bikinis and board shorts, bronzed bodies, and tropical oases in exotic locales. The City of Calgary, located in one of Canada’s landlocked […]

4 Ways to Embrace “Funemployment”

July 18, 2015

This post is going to give you a little insight into my life. I, like many other Calgarians, fell victim to those pesky plummeting oil prices and lost my marketing and communications job this spring. […]

Bragging Rights

July 11, 2015

It wouldn’t be too hard to argue that Bragg Creek and Kananaskis are the epicenter for mountain biking in this province. Novice riders are now discovering what veterans of the sport have known for years; […]

Weightless at the Extreme Air Park

July 10, 2015

I know people who say that they hate exercising. They don’t like running or lifting weights. But I say, have you tried everything? Have you tried trampolining? After watching a video by YouTuber CloudyApples, I […]

The Birthplace of Canada’s National Parks

June 12, 2015

As Calgary residents we are fortunate to have Banff National Park in our own backyard.  I’m willing to bet if you’re reading this that you’ve spent some time within Banff’s borders, but do you truly know the history of […]

Breaking Bad(lands)

May 29, 2015

As you drive along the highway the vast prairie gives way to an alien landscape.  What was once short grasses and farmland now appears to be the surface of another planet.  Strange rock formations, prickly […]

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