I definitely want to see FPGA segments using the DE0-Nano, please. I've always wanted to know more about FPGAs.
The Timberline Lodge you looked at in the Oregon calendar was used in the classic Stanley Kubrick film, "The Shining" which was a rare example of a movie that was far better than the novel it was based upon, thanks to Kubrick's great talent, of course. From Wikipedia:
"The 1980 movie The Shining used aerial shots of the Timberline Lodge as part of its opening scene, and exterior footage for some establishing shots of the fictional Overlook Hotel throughout the movie. The movie was based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, which was inspired by The Stanley Hotel in Colorado. Several of the exterior shots in the film which purport to show the lodge, such as those of the hedge maze and loading dock, were taken at Elstree Studios in England, using a mock-up of the south face of the lodge. There is no hedge maze (and hardly any level ground) at the Timberline Lodge. All interior scenes were shot at Elstree Studios as well, and do not depict the interior of the Timberline Lodge."