Warm Weather And Blogging Don't Mix
Warm Weather and Blogging Don't Mix, Because I'm Out Taking the Pictures and Having Fun, and Forgetting to Share it with You!
It has been a glorious spring, and it's already, somehow, SUMMER! Tomorrow is the last day of school, and the fun will begin!
Here are a few highlights from our springtime adventures:
Mount Swansea. May 15th, 2015. Mine and Dana's 11th Wedding Anniversary. We stayed in Radium. Visit www.radiumvacations.com for more information about how you can stay there too. And we spent the long weekend traveling around and doing fun stuff and some much needed relaxing.
I've asked myself in the past, "Why does Dana need a multi-tool in his hiking bag?" The answer is: Because Beth's insoles are one day going to wear out, and the steel shanks in her shoes are going to start stabbing her in the bottom of each foot simultaneously, and the only way to rip them out on the mountain, is with a multi-tool.
Lake Louise Tea House Circuit. Ladies Only Hike.
The Tea House Circuit was wonderful. The forecast was lousy the week preceeding, however we chose to stick with our plan. It turned out amazing! We heard an avalanche, it threatened to snow at a few points (I assured everyone that the white things in the air were nothing but poplar fuzz, and there was nothing to be concerned about), and we had a wonderful time hiking and building relationships. There are many, many more pictures from this spectacular 14.5k hike, but I didn't take them. If you pay attention in the future, you may see some more of the spectacular moments of the day.
These are just a few wee snippets of our recent hiking escapades, and it really doesn't do it justice. Coming up, we hope we can show you the view from the Nahahi Ridge in Kananaskis! Check in next week to see if we succeeded!
25/6/2015 01:11:52 pm
Awesome! Thanks for picking up the slack, Cory! 😋
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Sarah and Cory have a passion for hiking and being out in nature. There is no feeling quite the same as standing on the top of a mountain, sitting by a hidden lake, the jelly legs at the bottom of a steep descent, the sun on your face or the wind in your hair. Even our children have come to love it!