Friday, November 22, 2013

After several years of work, running around Saskatchewan, primarily the eastern sectors... the Eastern Saskatchewan book is complete, and it presently at the printers getting the proof done.

Should have it back on thursday next week, and after a quick review... it will be coming out!

Also, I am doing a presentation at the Westlock Alberta library on November 28th at 2 PM.
Hopefully the weather will be holding!

This is the cover of the new book (original design) but will be very close to this idea. It will be available for ordering at! Check there for more information on both websites, my KISS artwork site, and the Dragon's Bones Shipyard as well!

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Well... after more than a week after running around Saskatchewan, literally criss-crossing the province chasing grain elevators, churches and other neat stuff... and after travelling 4700+ km in 9 days... which is the furthest and longest distance I've driven.... EVER... all we have left to do now is get the northeastern section from Birch Hills to Choiceland to Hudson Bay and Sylvania, we should be finished... although there are still one or two near Moose Jaw and Regina to find. Plus, I'm going to the Sukanen Museum south of Moose Jaw in September for the 100th anniversary of the Mawer Warner / Victoria / McCabe grain elevator. Should be fun!

I'm also hoping to get a draft version of the Eastern Saskatchewan book done in time for the 100th anniversary as well... so wish me luck!

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

I thought I'd check out the blog since I haven't been on here in a while... only to find out it's nearly been 3 years!!! A lot has happened since then... the Western Saskatchewan Book has been completed, and I've also dome a new version of the Alberta Book, with totally updated information. I even got interviewed with a friend of mine on the CBC National News on April 16 up in Mundare, Alberta, which aired earlier tonight on the National and CBC Newsworld.

Other than doing improvements to the card stock elevators, and getting ready to head out to Eastern Saskatchewan to finish off the province this summer... and dealing with a slow version of chronic mylegoic leukemiam everything is going pretty good!