Auberge des Gallant
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... of Ansel Adams's most well-known photographs. A second, extensive collection was a surprise find in Santa Fé in the Andrew Smith Gallery, right next door to our destination, the Georgia O'Keefe Museum. Ansel Adams and Georgia O'Keefe, lifelong friends, both expressed their straightforward love of this planet, in particular of the Southwest US, through their art in ways that we have ...
... Matthew Yuen, whose own solo competition success has also assisted greatly in the development of the band. Matthew's overall talent as both a piper and side drummer make him a great asset to the band.
Drum Sgt. John Sullivan is also a long standing member of the OPS band, whose successes in drumming are well known in Ottawa through many of the other bands he has also played in locally. His talent is a definite asset to the team.
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See the great big sea
Kick through continents
... and it just needed to be pulled together into a fun video. Just. I finally finished about 11pm (you can watch the video below). Friday was just as hectic- I somehow managed to land the role of host for the evening with Heidi, so we had to plan what we were going to say, how to keep the enthusiasm up, hold 120 12 to 18-year-olds’ attention for 4 hours... no pressure. On top of that, I was itching to do some kind of research for Quebec city- a few of us were leaving early ...
... to people at St James' drop in centre, we discovered they had organised a (free) trip to the Museum of Fine Arts for the afternoon, to see the current Waterhouse exhibition. Which we were planning to go to anyway the following afternoon- at a cost of $7.50. Having been, I'm glad I didn't have to pay! It was fine, but I'm not really into the romantic painters. We caught the metro back, I played a few games of Sorry with a couple of the guys at the centre, and then we left ...