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Cranbrook, Fort Steele and Canal Flats.

I’ve now missed 3 towns, and instead of worrying about doing several different posts, I’m going to write about all three in one post.

First.  This is an absolutely beautiful area.   155 more words


The air was crisp, just cool enough to bite at my hands and face as we headed up the mountain. It had rained the night before and the dirt road that had been dusty during the summer months was damp and glistened as the mud and sand absorbed the sounds of my tightly laced boot steps. 1,627 more words


10 Huts and Cabins in the Canadian Rockies

Through my hikes I’ve seen a few incredible buildings. Here a sort of ‘top ten’ that I’ve seen over the past few years in the Canadian Rockies: 758 more words

Lake Louise

Today I traveled to Nelson B.C.

Nelson B.C.  It’s website says “Nelson is a city where life is unhurried and people say “hello” to strangers”.  That sounds like a very idyllic place to go.   125 more words

I traveled to Trail Today.

Today I traveled to Trail B.C..

Trail which is in the East Kootenay mountain range, is one of the many places beside the Columbia River. It’s population is 7681. 101 more words

Right place at the right time bears fruit

“Photography is always the same thing — being at the right place at the right time,” said Lawrence, a wildlife photographer for 50 years whose latest shots can be found at… 222 more words