Friday, May 15, 2009

tractor hueys

looks like.... somebody just had to burn a few 'tractor hueys' before shutin' her down for the day....

Thursday, May 14, 2009

the yaris roaming continues

ok, canmore alberta has the three sisters (a trio of peaks known individually as Big Sister, Middle Sister and Little Sister) .......... well, the yaris and i came across the three trees... known as... well....... the three trees. so take that AB.

prairie meeting

every once in awhile, the yaris and the pumpjack hook up for a friendly chat. after all, one could not exist without the other......

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

oil patch, prairie style

i came across this location on my trip home from the 'big city' this eve. also captured a few 'flatland' portraits of the yaris / will post tomorrow. i know you all can't wait...??

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Sunday, May 10, 2009

prairie town

i understand that kipling saskatchewan is having a birthday this year / 100 years, so i'm posting my official town portrait (it's not a red clip, but at least a red truck). kipling has a few stories / one of them below.. from wikipedia.

On 12 July 2006, Kyle MacDonald made his final trade with the town of Kipling, Saskatchewan after a successful series of trades from one red paperclip. The house is located on 503 Main Street. Kyle bartered the right to a role in a film to be produced by Corbin Bernsen called Donna on Demand for his house. Kyle and his girlfriend, Dominique Dupuis moved into Kipling around Labor Day, 2006. Open auditions for the movie role were held in Kipling, with Bernsen selecting 19-year-old local resident Nolan Hubbard for the role.