Monthly Archives: July 2016

Chester Lake and Banff

As promised – photos from Chester Lake. Today – in the coffee shop in Banff with a long list of “to-dos.” Tomorrow – another epic hike!

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Burstall Pass and Chester Lake

Hiking in Kananaskis has been nothing but epic. Today, we hiked Chester Lake plus elephant rocks and another ridge. We booted it up and down and then made it into Canmore to do our Internet “stuff.” I will download photos … Continue reading

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Laundry and shopping

Today is my busy in=town day. Feeling adventurous as I navigate my way around town. Right now, doubly adventurous because I’m trying to work on this blog while not getting my falafel wrap all over the computer keys and/or screen. … Continue reading

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Kananaskis

So here we are, in an Internet cafe once again. The reason? Remote campsite with no Internet. In fact, I don’t think there’s even cell service. That¬†said, it’s a lovely site. We are in Kananaskis village, which isn’t much of … Continue reading

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Day in Banff and Canmore

Just when I don’t think it’s possible to love Simon more than I already do – I find there are more heights and depths in my heart. Today was the day when I discovered love all over again. It started … Continue reading

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Paradise Valley – Lake Louise

Today, we were once again blessed with choosing our hike. While it rained and poured in Yoho, we drove to mostly cloudy but not wet Lake Louise to hike Paradise Valley. Simon remembered this as a glorious circuit – one … Continue reading

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Iceline – Yoho

It was pretty much impossible to choose a handful of photos from the 116 I took today: a record for photos taken during a single day of hiking. The reason for this epic number? An epic hike:¬†Iceline in Yoho. Simon … Continue reading

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