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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness 

Dr. Strange Tagline:
“The Impossibilities are Endless.”


Put on hold in January 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is scheduled to be released in the United States on March 25, 2022.
I have my doubts this will be a good as the first film,
but they are still working on it.

Life imitating Art

Waiting … 

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Thor, Iron Woman!? upcoming …

Coming May 6, 2022

Thor: Love and Thunder (Movie, 2022) MCU Phase 4| Film Release Date - Bollywood Hungama

I like Marvel’s Thor quite a bit, but some of the new posters for
Thor: Love and Thunder are truly awful. Look at that thing!
Maybe it’s because The Guardians of the Galaxy – the only Marvel characters I truly dislike – are a big part of the movie.
But apart from Chris Hemsworth, the one thing that might save this film is that it looks like Natalie Portman will finally have a much bigger role
than she normally gets.
Let’s hope.

Natalie Portman Goddess of Thunder

I think this wuz supposed to be a secret.
But it’s sprung a big leak.

Love & Thunder Set Image Shows Natalie Portman's Toned Thor Arms - Informone

Marvel posted on Instagram: “Thor: Love & Thunder.. "" "" "" afafa "" ""Art Credit : @psychboz For more follow .…” •… | Marvel thor, Marvel posters, Marvel entertainment

Yeah.


Meanwhile similar things are emerging at Stark HQ.

Hearing a few different titles: Iron Man 4: Iron Heart Legacy?

Incredibly as of this moment it’s still uncertain whether this is actually ‘a GO’ or a fan fantasy? It’s been on and off.

A lot of stuff that appears legitimate is actually created by fans.
Including Trailers and posters.
They are clever and well done.
I’ve been fooled a time or two myself.
Such is the nature of the internet.

Only thing that seems certain right now is
Iron Man will become
Iron Woman.

Iron Heart | Iron heart marvel, Tony stark, Iron heart

This was sort of supposed to be a secret too … ?
I think?
I’m having a heck of a time keeping track of all this.
Pretty soon going we’re going to need a special chart (like we had for Game of Thrones) and a congressional investigation.
to figure who’s who and what’s going on?

Release Date? 2022-2023
We don’t know yet.
Maybe never.


I was going to do a preview of another movie ..
but that’s enough for now.

 

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Sheep River Day Trip

There are a lot of nice Day Trips out of Calgary.
Sheep River Falls is just one.
Sheep you ask?
We’re talking about these guys:

REAL SHEEP

Not those other things with the wool.

Fake sheep

Didn’t see sheep of any kind tho.

Anyway …

It was a nice day.
The Heat Wave is over. For now.

Sheep River Provincial Park is in the Rockies.

Kananaskis Country to be certain.

Campfires are OK right now.

And just in case you forgot this is the Wilderness.
They just discovered this gentleman’s  body. Missing since May.
Cause of death as yet unknown.
Every year people go missing up here. Some are never found.
Advice: Don’t hike alone.

Getting there. The Foothills of Alberta.

It’s a nice drive. About an hour and a half.

I’m becoming an expert at taking photos from a speeding vehicle.

Sheep River at it’s low point. In the Spring it’s a torrent.
Right now it’s just a nice creek.

Lots of people here. It was a Long Weekend and families were out.

It’s no Niagara, but during Spring run-off Sheep River Falls is s raging torrent and pretty spectacular. And dangerous at that time and you definitely couldn’t be standing where these people are.
I’d say this (late Summer) is it’s lowest point.

There she is.

Small thunder.

I think it’s the purity that inspires me the most.

I often remove people from my photos.
But this time they added something that I could never have created.

 

“In my Soul I am free.”
– Paul Twitchell

What a day!

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Seeking Obi Wan …

Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi Theme | Kenobi Series Unofficial Soundtrack


Another production I’ve been eagerly awaiting.
It’s been postponed a lot as well.


BUT that’s not always a bad thing.
Because many productions are released before they are finished.
The delays have given them time to refine their products.
Some have even undergone massive re-writes;
changed Directors; and Casting …

Wikipedia says:
Ewan McGregor is set to reprise his role as a Jedi master in Obi-Wan Kenobi, a live-action series for Disney+ set between the end of the prequel trilogy and the start of the original trilogy. The TV series will consist of six one-hour episodes. It was announced that Hayden Christensen would return as Darth Vader in the series and that it would be set ten years after the events of Revenge of the Sith

At the very least we’re given a lot of great posters/artwork.

A lot of these are not Official Posters – but some wonderful fan art.

Fan made Kenobi poster. Vader in the background really pulls it all  together: StarWars

ArtStation - Kenobi: A Star Wars Story Movie Poster, Tyler Wetta

Une série Obi-Wan Kenobi en préparation avec Ewan McGregor  #comicsandcartoons Une série Obi-Wan Kenobi en … | Star wars obi wan, Star  wars humor, Star wars painting

Kenobi: A Star Wars Story poster by Wolfgang LeBlanc: StarWars

This is looking like some fun too.

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Bob Dylan paintings …

… or Why Aliens don’t attack us.

Back a bit I showed a Dylan Painting.
I like it.
Now I’m showing a few more because he has expressed admiration for Vincent Van Gogh on a few occasions in his music.
(I won’t post that here)
Anyway … have a look.

Bob

I think we can see there’s some Van Gogh influences in his style.

 Sometimes Bob paints several variations of the same scene.

Unlike Van Gogh though, Bob paints BIG.

I like this one. I’d buy it … if I could afford it.
And I might be able to.

By Art standard Bob’s work is cheap right now – “ranging from $67 USD to $17,816 USD, depending on the size and medium of the artwork. Since 2014 the record price for this artist at auction is $17,816 USD for Train Tracks, sold at 1818 Auctioneers in 2021.”

Trust me. Any of his works would be a very good investment.


Meanwhile …

Actor Pierce Brosnan sold his painting of Dylan …

… for 1.4 Million Dollars.


Trust me.

Dylan by Joan Baez
Dylan by Andy Warhol

Us earthlings are amazing.

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‘Lust for Life’ – Actors who played Vincent Van Gogh

“Normal people do not create art.”
― Irving Stone, Lust for Life (the book)

 

Lust for Life Taglines:
THE MOST REVEALING LIFE-INSPIRED STORY EVER FILMED!
(original print ad)
The best-seller comes to the screen…the drama of a man who lived with insatiable passion.
He had a lust for life. Sometimes he was brutal, sometimes delicate—always he lived with insatiable passion!

Over the years there have been many documentaries and several notable Films portraying Vincent Van Gogh.
I’d say this is a daunting challenge for any Actor, but at least 4 of my favorite Actors have made the attempt:
Kirk Douglas (Lust for Life /1956), Willem Dafoe (At Eternity’s Gate / 2018)
Benedict Cumberbatch (Van Gogh: Painted with Words / 2010) and Tim Roth (Vincent and Theo / 1990).
Strangely – though Van Gogh was Dutch, and I’m uncertain that he spoke any English at all? the most notable Film productions are by English speaking Actors: Kirk Douglas (American), Benedict Cumberbatch (English), Willem Dafoe (American) and Tim Roth (English).
These 4 have received Critical praise for their portrayals
and I have not seen any of these films!
I’m going to change that.
But from the outside let’s have a look.

Lust for Life / 1956

Lust for Life (1956) - IMDb

Amazing! Douglas was really able to look a lot like Van Gogh. 
And we know what he looked like from all his self portraits.

Unsure why Douglas tackled Van Gogh,
but he was surely ‘all in’ on the project.
Likely he read the book.

Everybody liked this.

On the Set of Lust for Life : News Photo

Lust For Life : News Photo

Lust For Life : News Photo

Nice work Kirk.

Academy Awards

Best Actor – Kirk Douglas – Nominated
Actor in a Supporting Role – Anthony Quinn – Won
Best Screenplay – Adapted Norman Corwin – Nominated
Best Art Direction (Color) Art Direction: – Nominated
Set Decoration: – Nominated

Golden Globe Awards

Best Motion Picture – Drama – Nominated
Best Actor – Motion Picture Kirk Douglas – Won
Best Supporting Actor – Anthony Quinn – Nominated
Best Director – Vincente Minnelli – Nominated

The Book:

Lust For Life eBook : Stone, Irving: Amazon.ca: Kindle Store
Republished several times.

Book and Movie available on Amazon and likely at your local Library.

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Upcoming … Avatar 2; The Witcher Season 2; and a SURPRISE!!!

Avatar 2.
Long awaited – much anticipated.
It’s coming.
But not soon.
December 16, 2022

The Witcher however, is in the can.
Release date of December 2021 on Netflix.

SURPRISE!!!

Indiana Jones 5 !!!

WOW!

Harrison Ford is 80 years old now, but …
uhhh … this is Hollywood.

Coming Soon ???
July 28, 2022 they say.

We’ll see …

 

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House of the Dragon … Upcoming

Before Covid it was known that there was at least 4 spin-offs from
 Game of Thrones in the works.
I’ve heard that one has been cancelled, but 3 is plenty.
Incredibly, Author George R. Martin himself once confessed he didn’t know if Game of Thrones itself would even get past it’s initial pilot show.
Now it’s become an industry.
House of the Dragon looks like it’s going is the first to hit the screen on HBO.

ArtStation - House of the dragon posters, Wafi Targaryen

Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon gets a release date - CNET

Trailer below:

Another large Cast. Hopefully not as large as Game of Thrones whereby I sometimes needed a chart to see who belonged where???

Main cast of House of the Dragon: HouseOfTheDragon

Most of the Cast is not well known to North American audiences. Mainly European/British actors. BUT that never affected Game of Thrones a bit whose Casting was brilliant.

Check out this epic poster for House of the DragonNo shortage of posters either.
Big promo.

House Of The Dragon Teaser Trailer and Intro Scene Breakdown - Game Of Thrones Prequel - YouTube

Says Wikipedia:
House of the Dragon is an upcoming American fantasy drama television series created by George R. R. Martin and Ryan J. Condal for HBO. It is a prequel to the television series Game of Thrones (2011–2019) and is based on Martin’s 2018 novel Fire & Blood. The series is set before the events of A Game of Thrones and chronicles the beginning of the end of House TargaryenHouse of the Dragon received a straight-to-series order in October 2019 with casting beginning in July 2020 and principal photography beginning in April 2021 in the United Kingdom. The first season of the series is scheduled
to air in 2022 and will consist of ten episodes.”

10 initial episodes – the usual.
If the Dragon doesn’t fly after 10 episodes it’s a bust.
I’m sure it will.

Oliver Queen on Twitter: "AMIGOS!!! Nuevo poster de "House of the dragon". Proximamente!!!… "

No Spoilers] House of the Dragon Poster: gameofthrones

We’ll soon see.

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Starry Starry Night … into the Mystic.

Charlie Landsborough sings Vincent (Starry Starry Night)
 written by Don McLean

“Be clearly aware of the stars and infinity on high. Then life seems almost enchanted after all.”
― Vincent Van Gogh

I found this to be a moving and powerful experience.
But that’s just me.

A Rose among the poppies.

I just couldn’t stop taking pics.

Some were good.
Others … not so much.

Yeah … I know this is way too much.
But this is the last of them.

Next:
Actors who played Vincent Van Gogh

 

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Small Miracles?

I think that Miracles happen around us all the time.
I miss most of them. Or dismiss them. Or discount them.
Or rationalize them away. ” It was just a coincidence”, I say.
Yet I’ve learned there is no such thing as coincidence.
Everything happens for a reason.
We just have to figure it out.
Sometimes it’s obvious – no need to intellectualize things.
Often not.
I call these Small Miracles.
Where no ‘seas are parted’ – no ‘mountain are moved’.
They are just there. And usually very private.
Between you and God.
Therefore important.
Not small at all.
At times a Small Miracle can be ‘life changing’.
An opportunity.
Missed – or Taken.
A missed relationship? – or a job? – sometimes a warning …
Not small at all.
I’ve had my share.
I bet you have too.
And in looking back I can see many that I missed.
We all do.
Many I just simply didn’t recognize in the moment.
Others just don’t fit in my little shoebox at that time. My Reality.
My consciousness.
So I dismissed them. Or missed them entirely.
Failed a test?
I look back now – as far as my childhood.
Tests?
Opportunities?
Gifts?
I’m sure I could have passed most any Test,
but I usually chose the easy way out.
And failed.
It was usually my courage that let me down.
I wasn’t ready.
Or wise.

‘Weighed and found wanting’ is the expression.
I was ‘blindsided’ – and blind.
Sometimes they came at me from an angle I didn’t even know existed.
I didn’t understand. Until later.
Too late?
And I wish I could go back …

I wonder now how my life might have been different?

BUT …
Sometimes we do get it right. We  do make the right decision.
Choice.
And do the courageous thing.
And Pass the Test.
These are some Triumphs and Victories.

Thankfully.

But as I think about it all this …
I’m just very grateful that someone – or something – considers and cares about enough about me to offer me such chances. Such choices. Opportunities. Gifts.

Even if I fail.


Just a couple of days ago a ‘Small Miracle’ happened to me.
I was playing a computer game called The Division 2.
My character is “Old Kanuk” and I was exploring
a huge map of Washington DC.
‘Free roaming’ we call it.

My character ‘Old Kanuk’ – the warrior.

I came across an underground parkade.
And decided I’d go down and look around.
Who knows what I might find?

I found this:

Really???

Yeah.
One of Vincent Van Gogh’s most famous self-portraits.

And since I’m in the middle of creating several Posts about Van Gogh
on my Blog I was very pretty amazed.
But I REALLY have to wonder at what the odds of discovering this are ?
I didn’t even know it existed in this game and I wasn’t looking for it.

This game of Washington DC is HUGE.

I could have been in a thousand other locations on this map
and never discovered this at all. Ever.
And I’d say that if did know it existed in this game and were actually looking for it, your chances of finding it would be extremely remote.
Nothing is impossible, of course, but this would be a candidate.

Yet there it was.

No, this is not a life changing event.
But why … ??
I’ll just call it a Gift.

Thanks.
I needed that.

Small Miracles.

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Upcoming Movies and other Stuff … Part One

Covid, The Heat Wave, and other life changing events
have taken a great many lives and continue to effect us much.
The Film and Entertainment industry has reflected this.
Yet they are still here … and beginning to re-emerge.

Many projects that have been held back for a long time are about to come back to our TV and Film Screens very shortly.

It seems like it’s been a long wait.

Here’s the first 3 I’m profiling:

Eternals starts a new era of Marvel Epics:

Kit Harrington, who most notably played Jon Snow in A Game of Thrones
spearheads Eternals. Marvel productions have never been short on
Star Power.

Then the Last Kingdom will be shortly for it’s final Season.
Will Uhtred of Bebbanburg finally regain his rightful Heritage?

Good thing.

November??
We’ll see? This has been postponed several times …

“Release Dates” then?
Quite a few Productions seem to have no definite Release Date as of yet.
Why?
I’m guessing it might be because when you are suddenly in competition with about 30 other High Production shows.
A Release Date then is a huge decision that can cost you millions of dollars.

It’s going to be interesting.

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Starry Starry Night … Part 3

For my Brother Richard.

Vincent (Starry Starry Night)
Sung by Lianne La Havas – written by Don McLean


“A great fire burns within me, but no one stops to warm
themselves at it, and passers-by

only see a wisp of smoke”


Gremlins visited my Blog the other day.
First they posted the wrong song!
Then they made my one of my images so HUGE
– that it threw the whole post out of whack.
I fixed all this.
So I’m reposting Lianne La Havas’s version of Don McLean’s
songwriting masterpiece Vincent (“Starry Starry Night”).
Because it is so beautiful I don’t want anyone to miss it.
There has to be at least 100 versions/interpretations of McLean’s song,
but I like this one the best. It’s the feeling she puts into it.
Inspired works worthy of Vincent Van Gogh.

Beyond Van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh - Self-Portrait - Google Art Project.jpg

My eldest brother, Richard, sent me photos that he took of the exhibition (Beyond Van Gogh) when it visited Edmonton.
I’m gratefully using some of these.
Thanks Richard.


So we enter the larger hall now:
The displays are very impressive and wonderous.
Moving constantly around the room to music.

I apologize for my very amateur photos, but this short video will give you some idea no still photos could really capture this.

I wouldn’t say that your experience would be as glorious as this.
I don’t feel ours was.
My guess it that the production quality varies from venue to venue.
That might be dependent upon the facility?

In Calgary
Beyond Van Gogh = $50 per person.

I also wouldn’t say that this is for everyone.
I studied Art so it has a strong appeal for me.
For some however, they’d probably wish they
were watching the football game.

More coming …
including Actors who played Van Gogh

 

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Starry Starry Night … Part 2

Vincent (Starry Starry Night)
Sung by Lianne La Havas – written by Don McLean

“I would rather die of passion
than of boredom.”

Beyond Van Gogh

Credit: Heritage Images via Getty Images/Heritage Images

The first room was a montage of moving images accompanied by music.
I wondered at the 2 doorways?
But the images flowed around them like water.
Most of my photos here were so poor  I borrowed  a few from YouTube.

I couldn’t believe the couldn’t find a better way to display this.

The two doorways?

I hope this will give some impression of the first part of this exhibit.

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Starry Starry Night … Part 1

” … What is done in Love is done well. “
– Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent – written and performed by Don McLean

Pictures at an exhibition:

Beyond Van Gogh

I dream of painting and then I paint my dream.

“A great fire burns within me, but no one stops to warm themselves at it, and passers-by only see a wisp of smoke”

I know … I know. Nobody wants to read all that.
Be patient. The best is yet to come.

 

 

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The Naked Spur … from Riding the High Country

Reblogged from Riding the High Country
The Naked Spur

The Naked Spur

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Anthony Mann and Jimmy Stewart – one of the three great director/actor partnerships (the others, of course, being John Ford and John Wayne and Budd Boetticher and Randolph Scott) that made such an impact on the western and how it was to develop. The importance and the legacy of their collaborative body of work is undeniable; I think it’s safe to say there’s consensus on that. A thornier issue, or at least a more subjective one, is attempting to settle on their best work. When it comes to Stewart and Mann I reckon a case could be made for any one of their westerns – although I do feel that The Far Country is probably the least of them – which is a testament to the consistency of their quality. However, having given it a good deal of consideration, I feel The Naked Spur (1953) just about gets its nose in front. There are two major, interdependent, factors for this: the obsessive and relentless tone that never lets up, and a lead performance by Stewart that I can only describe as magnetic in its intensity.

That this is going to be a dark and tense affair is evident right away as Bronislau Kaper’s moody score plays over the blood red credits. A solitary rider slowly dismounts and ever so cautiously picks his way towards some target he’s spotted up ahead. This is Howard Kemp (James Stewart), a man who’s been doggedly pursuing a wanted murderer all the way from Kansas. On this occasion he doesn’t have his man, it’s merely an old prospector, Tate (Millard Mitchell), he’s stumbled upon. However, the two men strike a bargain to track what may be Kemp’s quarry. Before they can run down their man though they’re joined by another traveller: a flashy young man, Lt Anderson (Ralph Meeker), who’s just been drummed out of the army with a dishonourable discharge. Immediately, the viewer is caught a little off guard as there’s no clearly identifiable hero figure: Kemp is a driven, secretive man who’s exhibiting signs of instability; Anderson is a vain, amoral criminal; and Tate is a sly opportunist. When we finally see the fugitive, Ben Vandergroat (Robert Ryan), he’s all smiles and affability, and he’s even got a beautiful young girl called Lina Patch (Janet Leigh) as company. Who are we to root for here? As the story progresses it does become clearer where our sympathies are being drawn. Nevertheless, at no point does it become a simple black hat vs white hat exercise. Apart from one short skirmish with a party of faceless Blackfeet, it’s these five, disparate characters who dominate proceedings as they trek across a breathtakingly beautiful landscape towards Kansas. The real conflict of the picture is contained within this tight group, and more specifically within the heart of Howard Kemp.

Anthony Mann’s direction is tight as a drum, never slackening the pace for more than a moment or two at a time and maintaining the high pressure atmosphere right to the end. He keeps the viewer on edge throughout with a bombardment of disorienting high and low angle shots and extreme close-ups, yet intersperses these with enough long range views to ensure that the geography of the action remains apparent. Even here though, where William C Mellor’s camera showcases the natural beauty of Colorado, the binding together of the five travellers is highlighted – simultaneously dwarfed by the towering mountain backdrops and still hemmed in by their need keep each other as close as possible at all times. There are also examples of what Jim Kitses refers to as Mann’s visual motif of a man straining to scale a high place. Kemp is the one who struggles, and fails initially, to reach that higher ground. By the end he succeeds, he’s no longer overreaching himself and consequently achieves the redemption he’s been searching for all along.

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It’s the redemptive quest that marks The Naked Spur out as a genuine classic western, but what ensures its successful execution is the power of James Stewart’s performance. Stewart’s wartime experiences gave him a quality that’s very difficult to define but very easy to discern. He could still draw on and display the old geniality of his earlier years, yet there’s an edge there too. His eyes could suddenly fill up with doubt and paranoia, and that “aw shucks” drawl could just as easily strangle itself into a choked stammer. Both Anthony Mann and Alfred Hitchcock got him to tap into this and coaxed performances from him that are almost painful in their honesty. Stewart’s Howard Kemp is a real three dimensional character, a man who marched off to war to do his duty yet finds that in so doing he has ended up at war with himself. He’s driving himself to reverse the mistakes of the past while also loathing the kind of man he’s forced himself to become in the process. In contrast, Robert Ryan’s Vandergroat is a man at peace with himself; he knows he’s no good, he feels no regret for his past actions, and has no hesitation in turning any situation to his own advantage. Ryan was usually best when he was bad, and in this movie he turns on the charm as the unscrupulous student of human weakness to whom manipulation is second nature.

It’s always disappointing when a top movie is handed a less than ideal presentation. The R1 DVD of The Naked Spur from Warner Bros is not a terrible transfer, but it is weak. Clearly, there was no restoration done on this title, and while there isn’t any significant print damage visible there is a softness and lack of detail in the image. These muted visuals are especially noticeable in the long shots. Extras on the disc are confined to a couple of shorts and the theatrical trailer. Anyway, I feel this film remains the pick of the Mann/Stewart westerns, although that’s not to be taken as a criticism of the other films they made together. I’d just place it at the top of an already highly elevated group of films.

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Art from the 70’s … golf

Younger Girl / The Lovin Spoonful


In my upbringing I attended 13 different schools in 3 different countries.
I doubt that’s a record, but it’s a hell of an education.


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A Muffin at MuckDonald’s … Part Two

Circle / Harry Chapin

I remember when you could get a coffee for 25 cents
– with unlimited refills.


Starbucks never made a nickel offa me.

I stopped by to ‘gas up’ the other day.
Thot I’d buy a Coke.
The guy said “That’s $2.87.”
I was too stupid to refuse.

Crazy …
I remember when a Pop was 5 cents.
And you’d get 2 cents back for the bottle.

And I could go to a Saturday Matinee for 25 cents.
that included a pop – and popcorn.

And the Movie Theatres were palaces.

And just going there was something special.

And the movie would scare the pants offa me.

1953

And “Gee Whiz!” was the strongest profanity you’d hear.

“I’m melting! I’m melting!”

If only …

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Kananaskis Day Trip … Fall 2020 … continued

Into high meadows we went.
My guide and I.


Cold wind blew down off of the glaciers.
And I looked upon wonders.

I felt that no Whiteman had ever seen such things before.
And may never again.That night I camped under trillions of stars.
and watched magical lights dance across the heavens.
Green, gold and white.

And I cried.


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Kananaskis Day Trip … Fall 2020

Blue Canadian Rockies / Wilf Carter / 1962


Last Fall we took a drive out to Kananaskis country-
that’s in the mountains.

It had beautiful up till then. But it soon turned cool and cloudy.
No matter – it’s the Rockies. And just like the sea,
they are beautiful in any weather.

Doesn’t take us long to get up there.
Calgary is only about and hour’s drive from the mountains.

How Kananaskis got it’s name: 

“One of the great explorers of the Canadian Rockies, Captain John Palliser, named the area on an expedition more than 150 years ago. He chose the name Kananaskis, derived from the name “Kin-e-a-kis,” a warrior who survived an axe blow to the head spurred by a fight
to win the attention of a woman.”
(That’s how I got my name!)

“Dang muskrats …”

So Palliser was about the first White guy to see this area.
That makes him some kind of Canadian hero,
though the natives had been up here for a few thousand years.

If Palliser was an American, there woulda been 18 movies about him.
But since he’s Canadian, nobody’s ever heard of him.
Including Canadians.

Town of Canmore … heading up.
Bit of rain starting …
Getting cloudy …
This must be the place …
Somebody was editing the signage …
No drones … watch out for bear.
Expensive bikes. Especially the one with a motor.
A grey escarpment

Up the valley – a gorgeous golden meadow.

to be continued …