LOMAH - Land of Milk and Honey

Just living life here in the Promised Land, Southern Alberta. Where the Mountains meet the prairie in a stunning sunset, surrounded in fields of gold

Kayking - S Bend

An old picture, surfing the S Bend on the Red Deer River with Denali keeping a watchful eye. It was a perfect day, surrounded by perfect friends.

Family in Waterton

A summer hike with the family and Grandparents. It was a typical Waterton day with some wind and sun. Logan hiked the whole way in to Bertha Falls

Loves of my Life

The first two loves of my life together in one picture. I remember when they came into my life, making me whole.

Me in the Broken Group

I think this is my favourite picture from last year. We did a sea kayaking trip to the Broken Group and had 4 glorious days of sun. It was a capped off with the company of great friends.

Monday, January 31, 2011

A lot on our Mind

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Sunday, January 30, 2011

January distractions

With me back at school, we were looking for a distraction and managed to snag some time at my cousins cabin in Whitefish.

We headed South with the whole Dora side of the family, 7 adults and 2 kids in tow as we ducked out from the cold weather in the "Great White North".  Turns out it was a little too warm South of the border, with temperatures reaching plus 7!  Even with the warm weather in the valley we were able to find some good boarding/skiing.  You can see how happy Dora is getting out this season!

Also, we found a beverage or two!

Lastly, a bonus of the cabin in Whitefish is TV commercials.  No really!  We don't have cable TV or even peasant vision at home and rely on the Internet for all all entertainment.  We love watching commericals on these breaks from Home.  I thought I would post our favorite that we saw on this trip.

Sunday, January 02, 2011

Paris: Day 5

With an early, early start, we were at the airport and through security before 9AM.  The funny thing was that as we were arriving at the airport, it was just arriving at 2011 in Alberta and it is now Happy New Years to all the LOMAH expats in BC!  Happy New Years my friends!
Things were pretty foggy both mentally and weather wise in the morning as we left the hotel and arrived at the airport.  The airport in Paris was a bit odd in it's organization and design as we traveled down a few tubes to get to our departure gate.  Things went well through security and after a short delay we were off.  Next stop Frankfurt!
Frankfurt went well too with a quick pass through security again to our connecting terminal.  Dora and I made a quick dash to find some food and were quickly impressed by the McDonalds, or should I say McCafe!  I've never seen such healthy food at a McDonalds!
The non-stop flight across the Pacific was long, over 10hr, with us arriving at 4pm MST.  By the time we got home, we figured it ended up being a 21hr day.  Yikes!  Oddly enough we're functioning pretty good today.
I'd love to post more pictures from day 5, but really, this was it.  Instead I thought I would post a few pictures that didn't make the cut earlier, but interesting pictures none the less.
This looks like it's right out of Ratatouille!

For those that read/saw one of those Dan Brown books.

Napoleons chair

The worlds largest container of Nutella

The BOA office in Paris, for Terry!