A journey into southern Alberta to tour Black Diamond and its history.
Whether rebuilt or original facades, one only has to let her mind drift to a simpler, dustier day. Horses may have been tied to that post or drank from that barrel. The swish in the gravel may have been caused by a hoop skirt, a gal’s delicate parasol victimized by the wind. The plumes may… Continue reading Go for the ice cream, stay for the pie
There really isn’t much to see in Millarville. People in Millarville even told us this. It’s a tiny town nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, just a 30-minute drive southwest of Calgary’s urban centre. You can drive through the downtown core in a couple of minutes, even at playground zone speed. But if… Continue reading History lessons in Millarville