Get ready @ctv_calgary ... We’re coming! This fall, watch our team on CTV’s Pete The Plumber show as we walk through a few of the homes we are working on. We love doing walk throughs with our partners prior to listing to ensure the homes we list are always in top notch shape! For all of your plumbing needs you need to use Pete The Plumber, for all of your real estate needs..... The Real Estate Partners @ Remax First have you covered! #yyc#calgary#yycre#yycrealestate#petetheplumber#ctv#homesale#yeg#yycliving#yycphotographer
Quem me conhece realmente sabe o meu fascínio 😍 por Histórias, principalmente Mitologias e Guerras e se quiser me deixar 🤩 é melhor me levar a um Museu do que um jantar em restaurante chique 😂🤦🏼♀️ . Conheci o Museu de Guerra da cidade de Calgary, no Canada e fiquei encantada com a quantidade de Histórias, memórias, vídeos, maquetes, peças reais que tem lá de todas as guerras que participaram! É impressionante ver o orgulho e gratidão que eles têm com seus soldados, com suas terras e sua bandeira (quase todas as casas ou empresas têm bandeira canadense pendurada) . Fico fascinada em poder ver e até sentir um pouco sobre cada história da Guerra (em especial a 2ª Mundial) e fico doida para conhecer outros museus, principalmente na Europa. . Isso que postei não foi quase nada do que tem neste museu, pois ele é Gigante, vale MUITO a pena conhecer!!! . . . . . . #museum#war#museumscanada#alberta#yycphotographer#yyc#calgary#canada#secondworldwar
Living in a city means having access to a lot of great things, but it also means being stuck in traffic, surrounded by strangers and in general living a very different life than what we evolved for. I’ve been extremely lucky to live with Fish Creek Provincial Park on my doorstep over the past several years, and the opportunities it’s given me to destress and reconnect with nature have given me some semblance of city/nature balance in my life. Exploring the park and watching the local resident wildlife, like the groups of Mule Deer grazing on the hillside, the Great Horned Owls calling each other from across the valley, the family of Pileated Woodpeckers learning to fly and eventually leaving to start their own families, has been a central theme of my life over the time I’ve lived here. And before I moved here, I had never set a foot in Fish Creek Provincial Park simply because I didn’t realize that visiting a place like this could take me away from the traffic, the rush, the stress, and bring me back to my roots for a short time, without actually leaving the city. Of course it’s great to get away for longer, a weekend of camping or a day hike in the mountains, but it’s incredible what a half hour walk along Fish Creek can do in the evenings after work. To try and give back for some of the things I’ve taken away from the park, I’m currently volunteering with the Friends of Fish Creek to create videos that will be a resource for people wanting to learn more about the park, as well as generate awareness so more people can use and support the park to make sure it’s around for future generations. Most recently, I’ve been filming with Wayne Meikle, founder of the Friends of Fish Creek and former parks staff who was instrumental in establishing the vision that continues to guide the development and management of the park today.