This is what Duffy thought about it all!!
Although we did see a little dog in Hawrelyk Park, we decided to go elsewhere--that being the University of Alberta campus as it's close by. I haven't been there for years--the last time I taught there was in 2001. I spent 8 years there as a student from 1970-78 and then taught there from 1984-6 and then again from 1990-2001. It's a pretty place in the summer. Winter time--well nothing's too great when it's cold and a blizzard is blowing. Mind you when I was a student, we had to walk outside between buildings to go to our classes, which were invariably scheduled so that 2 classes were back to back but in 2 different buildings across the campus from each other. Now those sissy students have connected buildings!!
There's construction going on--what's new? Will that campus ever be free of it? But they have added some really nice little rockery, waterfall, babbling brook, pond features and that's kind of neat. I think Duffy enjoyed the new surroundings--as he pondered his future educational plans!!! LOL
How about Arts?
There's always Native Studies! The tepee in front of Pembina Hall--home of the Faculty of Native Studies.
Time to check out one of the streams.
And a pond.
Coming down the steps of the Students' Union Building.
So many possibilities--better head to the Admin Building and pick up some catalogues!! Did you say "cat"alogues!! I like this place!!!!