The celebration of a traveller, artist, photographer, sister, wife, mother, and grandmother spans seven decades, and began in Canada’s Victorian Oil Town surrounded by the sights and sounds of a dairy dominated landscape. “Soupy” was the senior spokesperson of four siblings, but as a true Libra, adorned with a princess’s tiara, found it difficult to make up her mind on issues that presented themselves. Formal education, within the walls of a one room structure, proved more than adequate as she moved up the honour role before acquiring a degree in her true love, artistic expression. Sombre ceremony led her to her future husband, and city lights shone on her as she embarked on her first career. Marriage and a home within earshot of the Scottish Festival welcomed baby Bill and Kathy into her life, and they blossomed under a parent’s loving guidance. The thistle was a constant reminder of a proud Scottish heritage embraced and held strong by the Campbell Clan. Two Labrador Retrievers graced the family, and Ginger’s offspring became the eyes of those who were unable to view the world as others did. Brody was a loyal fishing companion and a steadfast friend, and both made a lasting imprint on her life. Paddling in a vivid coloured canoe to destinations of peace and tranquility brought her joy and contentment and continues to be a constant source of inspiration for her as she photographs and paints beside the reflections of her love.