Edmonton/Alberta Pub Meetup


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For all you Edmonton & Area Pub Members; let’s meet at a pub!


#2

Hostess with the mostess!

Wish I could come!

Come on guys let’s get some beer flowing and good vibes going


#3

One day you will!!! :grin:


#4

Always wanted to go to America. The food looks divine !


#5

We’re not too far from America. It’s a great place to visit. Canada is more, chill :slight_smile:


#6

Omg sorry!! I thought you was in America!

I’ll just be hiding like…

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#7

Hahahaha no, I’m Canadian. Terence was born in Canada but raised in the US. :sunglasses:


#8

Edmonton is so so so beautiful. Can’t wait to visit. Hopefully, this year , next year


#9

Don’t forget Jasper & Banff. They’re breathing!


#10

I thought Yukon was beautiful but this is more magical


#11

There are beautiful places all over the world. We just need to open our eyes to them :slight_smile:


#12

@Angela I got to see some more pictures of Edmonton today. The scenery was quite lovely.


#13

It has such a beautiful river valley. The entire city is connected by walking trails.


#14

Nice, my wife like Ontario though. Am selling her the Edmonton idea. Looks more peaceful and beautiful


#15

Edmonton is definitely different than Ontario. Not nearly as hectic & driving to work doesn’t take 1-2 hours :joy:Still a Million people but with a different atmosphere.


#16

1 - 2 hours of traffic. That’s horrible. Just the 40 50 minutes am facing here feels like a death sentence already. Whoa i really need a teleportation device.


#17

I lived in Calgary for about 9 years.


#18

In Edmonton you can get anywhere in a 1/2 hour.


#19

Oh wow. How did you like it? Did you ski a lot? Where are you living now?


#20

My mum and brother still live there and I have sisters that moved to Whistler. Also, my best friends are all there. As with life anywhere, I had my ups and downs in Calgary. I think some of the problems were my British sarcasm not being taken the right way. :joy:
I lived there long enough to get my joint British/Canadian citizenship though :smile: I didn’t do nearly enough skiing! (snowboarding in my case).
I’m now in London.