Doing a little sightseeing this week and enjoying the beautiful fall weather in Alberta.

One stop on our way through Banff National Park was in Canmore for lunch. This old hotel needs a little roof work but still has it's old mountain rustic charm.


Cool Beans Double Decker Bus in Red Deer, Alberta

Took a walk downtown this morning and I noticed a local business has moved to a new location. Keeping theme with my last post’s topic of mobility I thought this was kind of interesting.

A coffee shop on wheels. When business is slumping a definite asset would be able to pick up and move to a more profitable location. However, you would have to find a building that suits your business needs and rent, lease, mortgage payments that you can afford.

Maybe this local business owner has it all figured out. What do you think?


Rock N' Red Deer Car Show 2012

This post is being published from my iPad. I finally bit the bullet and bought Blogsy from Apple’s App store. From the reviews I have read this was the app that would meet my needs.

I have a photoblog but the software I use only allows me to post from my home computer. I want to be able to publish from wherever I am. When I get an idea or I see something I have to share I would like to do it right away or else I might lose my motivation to post later. The saying is “There is no time like the present”

So long story short; I hope to be making regular contributions to this site because of the ability to take this show on the road!



I am new to WordPress publishing.  I have another website that has been active for a few years.  I use a web publishing software and then upload to my server.  I wanted to try WordPress because I like the idea of publishing anywhere at any time without the need to lug my laptop around.

I see I got a few replies to my last post on this site which took me kind of surprise as it merely a test to see how this works and get the site online.

I received three responses in one day thanking me for the great information.  Again, I was wondering what information did they like?  There really isn’t any published as of yet.  Turns out they also included links.  My first foray into Spam.

Not the kind of Spam you buy in the canned meat section of your local grocery store.  But rather links to other links.  I believe the term is Link Farming.  Not the kind of farming that creates fresh produce!

I will have to research this further to see how I can control this as I can see this taking up a lot of my precious time.

Any suggestions?


Welcome to my newest project.  Currently I’m busy stocking shelves and realigning to planograms to get ready for Grand Opening.

Stay tuned for new content for your browsing pleasure.