Category Archives: Field Trips

Arts Days in Lethbridge

We showed our house at Blueprint Records as part of Lethbridge’s Art Days.  Here is Latifa installing the sound component of the work. It was great to see all that was going on in the community for the Art’s Days … Continue reading

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Latifa’s Last Post

Well, I’m back at home. What an experience the Gushul has been. I am so thankful to Trap\Door for this wonderful opportunity. Thank you Mike as well for everything you’ve done. I feel a lot more confident about myself both as … Continue reading

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Finally Home!

So we’re home now.  Alberta Arts Days in Lethbridge was fun!  Mike was great for letting us stay with him for the night. I will post more when I can find my camera in all the chaos of coming home.

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Wedge Mountain

Today, we climbed a mountain.  A volcano, actually.  It was humungous, and slippery, slippery, slippery!  We survived and didn’t get eaten by bears. We were looking for geodes, because the hiker’s guide said they can be found there.  We didn’t … Continue reading

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Title Time

So I guess I was one of the people who hated the Tree of Life. I really didn’t like that movie. But we had pie in pincher creek. Now we are trying to think of title. I have randomly generated … Continue reading

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CREEPY update!

ok, so I was going through my photos . . . Well yesterday in the place of no return, my camera stopped taking pictures, it said the memory card was full. Which has never happened to me before. Luckily Jen … Continue reading

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You Can’t Get Away That Easily!

Just to make things a little more well rounded I am going to include some of the exciting photos of Jen during our adventures. I am learning Logic 9 for the sound component of our work, which is a but … Continue reading

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