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@2yentran Thank you for the awesome do! 

Zigzaggin’ on Sulphur Mountain
One of the most difficult hikes I’ve had the pleasure of doing. 5.5 km to the summit of Sulphur Mountain in Banff, Alberta. A 4-hour (round trip) intense leg workout is what this hike is all about! Zigzaggin’ on Sulphur Mountain
One of the most difficult hikes I’ve had the pleasure of doing. 5.5 km to the summit of Sulphur Mountain in Banff, Alberta. A 4-hour (round trip) intense leg workout is what this hike is all about! Zigzaggin’ on Sulphur Mountain
One of the most difficult hikes I’ve had the pleasure of doing. 5.5 km to the summit of Sulphur Mountain in Banff, Alberta. A 4-hour (round trip) intense leg workout is what this hike is all about!

Zigzaggin’ on Sulphur Mountain

One of the most difficult hikes I’ve had the pleasure of doing. 5.5 km to the summit of Sulphur Mountain in Banff, Alberta. A 4-hour (round trip) intense leg workout is what this hike is all about!

DIY concrete coasters
This was a super fun project I did with some girlfriends. I made coasters while they made cupboard handles and a pot for succulents. 
All you need: 
Rockite cement - purchased at Home Depot (I like the texture and appearance of this concrete best)
Bucket and strong stirring stick of some sort - these items will get damaged
Yogurt or any plastic container of your choice
Cork or felt for the underside of the coasters
Weldbond glue to attach cork or felt
Tips:
Stir cement mixture thoroughly
If the mixture is extremely runny it will still harden. It is best to have a gravy-like texture for easy pouring
Pour leftover mixture into another container and then dispose. DO NOT pour down a sink or tub!
DIY concrete coasters
This was a super fun project I did with some girlfriends. I made coasters while they made cupboard handles and a pot for succulents. 
All you need: 
Rockite cement - purchased at Home Depot (I like the texture and appearance of this concrete best)
Bucket and strong stirring stick of some sort - these items will get damaged
Yogurt or any plastic container of your choice
Cork or felt for the underside of the coasters
Weldbond glue to attach cork or felt
Tips:
Stir cement mixture thoroughly
If the mixture is extremely runny it will still harden. It is best to have a gravy-like texture for easy pouring
Pour leftover mixture into another container and then dispose. DO NOT pour down a sink or tub!
DIY concrete coasters
This was a super fun project I did with some girlfriends. I made coasters while they made cupboard handles and a pot for succulents. 
All you need: 
Rockite cement - purchased at Home Depot (I like the texture and appearance of this concrete best)
Bucket and strong stirring stick of some sort - these items will get damaged
Yogurt or any plastic container of your choice
Cork or felt for the underside of the coasters
Weldbond glue to attach cork or felt
Tips:
Stir cement mixture thoroughly
If the mixture is extremely runny it will still harden. It is best to have a gravy-like texture for easy pouring
Pour leftover mixture into another container and then dispose. DO NOT pour down a sink or tub!

DIY concrete coasters

This was a super fun project I did with some girlfriends. I made coasters while they made cupboard handles and a pot for succulents. 

All you need: 

  • Rockite cement - purchased at Home Depot (I like the texture and appearance of this concrete best)
  • Bucket and strong stirring stick of some sort - these items will get damaged
  • Yogurt or any plastic container of your choice
  • Cork or felt for the underside of the coasters
  • Weldbond glue to attach cork or felt

Tips:

  • Stir cement mixture thoroughly
  • If the mixture is extremely runny it will still harden. It is best to have a gravy-like texture for easy pouring
  • Pour leftover mixture into another container and then dispose. DO NOT pour down a sink or tub!
Take your time at the top of the mountain…
On a recent hike at Grassi Lakes Trail up to Whitemans pond.  Take your time at the top of the mountain…
On a recent hike at Grassi Lakes Trail up to Whitemans pond.  Take your time at the top of the mountain…
On a recent hike at Grassi Lakes Trail up to Whitemans pond.  Take your time at the top of the mountain…
On a recent hike at Grassi Lakes Trail up to Whitemans pond. 

Take your time at the top of the mountain…

On a recent hike at Grassi Lakes Trail up to Whitemans pond. 

Flashes of Light (hurts my eyes)

Purple Swirl

T & D

I’m not a graphic designer but I do enjoy learning how to brand. Introducing my first business card design! This is the front & back of the card I designed for my parent’s restaurant.

  1. Camera: Nikon D3100
  2. Aperture: f/4.5
  3. Exposure: 1/80th
  4. Focal Length: 29mm

BMO Coat of Arms

Now known as the Hockey Hall of Fame, this building was the original home of the Bank of Montreal. It was built and designed in 1886 by architects Frank S. Darling and Samuel G. Curry. The image above is the highly ornamented dome shaped ceiling of the building which depicts BMO’s coat of arms. I am unsure of the artist who was responsible for the stained glass design but I am sure they (and the public) are glad about the building’s preservation.