I had a delightful day trip last week to Dilke, SK. Found this gorgeous fieldstone church there. One of the town residents opened the door for us to peek inside. I believe it was called St. Lucy’s Anglican when it was being used. It hasn’t been used in over two years.
This past weekend was interesting. We were creative in finding places with air conditioning to hide out in. Our house doesn’t have a/c. One of the places we ended up was the MacKenzie Art Gallery. I really loved viewing the Alex Janvier exhibit. It was awesome, informative, and sad at the same time. I wished Mr. Janvier was there to talk to though. The placards describing the work didn’t go near far enough!
After seeing Janvier’s exhibit we did a quick walkthrough of the rest of the Gallery, then headed to the Gallery shop. Hubby waited outside while I went in to look around. About 15 minutes later I went to leave. To my surprise there was no one else there! No staff, no customers. AND the grated doors were closed and locked up! With a sign saying the staff member would be back in half an hour! Oh my! Locked in a museum shop! Not exactly my worst nightmare. Ha! Actually, it would have been nice, if the staff had been there to answer some questions.
I caught the attention of a woman trying to get into the shop. We were laughing at our predicaments – me trying to get out and her trying to get in. I caught the attention of the security guards who by then had figured out something was going on that was abnormal. One of them came through a side door, through a workroom, and into the shop to escort me out.
Hubby decided I needed to be treated to dessert out to help me deal with the “trauma”. LOL! We headed to a lovely Regina restaurant called La Kasbah de Maroc for dessert crepes. They have a lovely Toasted Coconut, Banana Crepe, with Caramel Sauce.
It will be a mixed bag kind of week. We are having work done on the house. It may cause some disruptions. That, plus selling items online.
- I will be working more on “Escapees”.
- I also have some Certificates of Authenticity to print and fill out.
- Plus I want to prepare a couple wall hangings for sale with new hang tags.
I’m wanting to design some wall hangings, but it’s too hot to do anything here. We do not have air conditioning. The outside air temperature hit 36 C yesterday. Thankfully we live in a big old house that takes a long time to heat up. Especially if doors, windows, and curtains are left closed. Unfortunately that makes it too dark for hooking. But even with our fans running, it’s hot!!!