20 Memories from 2020On December 22, 2020 by jmweb
In 2019, I did a 19 photos from 2019 post. So with it being 2020, I figured I would do my 20 memories from 2020. Each photo will come with a complex or brief description of the photo.
This list is going to be different than 2019 in the sense that there was only 1 major sporting event that took place. In the summer, there were 3 glimmers of hope that I would cover that event but that faded. How I miss sports.
1 of 2 sporting events I covered this year. A happy dad smiles after his lovely daughter scores!
20. Santa Memories
This has been the ending to my year the last few years and a joyful one at that. I get to see all the children’s magical faces as Santa tells them what they had for breakfast, what colour house they live in and who their best friends are. That is the magic of Christmas.
19. Morant’s Cuve
My 2020 started out amazing, with a trip to Calgary, Alberta. During this trip, we got to spend some serious time in places like Banff, Jasper, Edmonton, Calgary and so on. It was action-packed and nothing short of amazing. I mighta got frost bite, but it was definitely worth it.
Bonfire, mountains, great company. What more can you ask for?
18. Gym Class Heroes.
With Covid putting a damper on everything, the gym was no exception. It moved, online. But seeing all these lovely faces was a plus!
17. 14 Day Isolation x3.
Having left the Island 5-6 times during the lockdown stages, I had to do three separate 14 day isolation periods. I was happy to see the flowers bloom as it meant spending 5 minutes away from chocolate ice cream and McCain marble cake! Thank you to everyone who dropped off the ice cream and chocolate cake btw.
16. PEI Liquor Store Run
The announcement of the liquor stores on PEI closing caused a massive run on liquor. A friend texted me from Charlottetown as a massive line built up. As shot for The Globe And Mail.
15. Preparing the Fields
The start to new life.
14. A Sense of Normal
On Prince Edward Island, things were pretty normal most of the Summer. Besides the lack of tourists, downtown Charlottetown is a pretty great spot to be. Although we were amid a pandemic, you gotta admit it sure didn’t feel that way living within our bubble.