Wednesday, 21 August 2019

Riding the Funicular


What a wonderful day getting reacquainted with family and walking along the North Saskatchewan River Valley in Downtown Edmonton.


We travelled from street level to the river valley on the 100 Street Funicular a glass walled elevator that provides amazing views of the river and surrounding area.


We took a leisurely walk along the well groomed pathways stopping often to take pictures and just admire our surroundings.



Muttart Conservatory is closed this year and we had a beautiful view of the conservatory from the far side of the River.


Looking up from the river valley there were spectacular views of the city.



Our walk provided Paul and Susan lots of time to talk and catch-up on family news.



These clay tiles adorned the wall of Edmonton Library car park.


After lunch and ice cream we returned home to relax and catch up on my travel journal.


It is hard to stay focused surrounded by Susan’s amazing craft room! 
So many new paper crafting tools and supplies and what happens when a card maker meets a junk journaler too much talking LOL.


Ron and Paul clean the van and BBQed supper.


Just a wonderful day and we appreciate that you took time out of your day to visit with us.
Grandma Snyder
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