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Thread: Edmonton -Oliver, Westmount, houses and 19km later - Part 2

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    Default Edmonton -Oliver, Westmount, houses and 19km later - Part 2

    ...and we continue our walk north into Westmount from Oliver.

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    One of my favourite residential streets in the city.










    OH YEAH!




    Infill!










    I love bear.


    I love bears.


    Mmmm ramen.












    Yes boss, whatever you say.


    Better days.






    Party time!


    Guard dogs:tup:




    Berta!




    A nice touch.:tup:


    So cute!


    Movin' day






    Calling Dick Tracy






    One of the coolest conversions from a church to a killer party pad.














    Mmmm BBQ, patience cold, patience.






    ...Let's go to Duchess for some treats...


    Let's not.


    Beer and brisket better treats:tup::cheers:


    Uh oh, hipsters are near.


    Nope, real bikers! Mmmm coffee brisket.




    The Waldorf...




    Classic Berta.










    The old Molson Brewery. Such a missed opportunity.


    'The Brewery District':shrug::runaway:








    At least they have a wall of cheese!:tup:


    Urban!










    Love community gardens.








    The best, our bubble houses!!!




    Bubble houses little brothers.






    Love the 90s.




    More bubble houses!












    Praise the lord!






    Soon








    A changing downtown


    A staple




    My favourite tree in the city:tup:


    :hell:


    You always hit the Marc!:cheers:


    Cheers.
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    Many thanks for posting, always enjoy these!

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    That tree you mention as your favorite. Is that the one that was transplaned from somewhere in the southern USA, and has survived here, some would say quite against the odds, for decades now? Someone showed me a tree like that once, and I recall it being in that general location.

    Other than that, cool pics.

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