Stories of time spent on the trails in Banff National Park.
Niiiiice, Leslie!! :)
What a day. Had the place all to myself.
....and I'm still working on the layout! It's a work in progress.
Magnificent - you don't even need to start running to have the need to catch your breath!
A picture is worth a thousands words so I keep quiet.
Beeeee-yooooo-deeeee-fulllll! Love the pics and your new bloggy layout. It's different, but the same colors and stuff. Me likey and hugs!
Love the tree bark.And all the others. So used to macro photos, which are certainly appealing, but every once-in-a-while, a patch of bark or lichen on a rock, or patch of tundra is just as great, and boy-o-boy this is a run-on sentence.
....aaaaah, Sweet Mount Louis. I'm glad I made it up before the arrival of witer. We only have a few groves of Trembling Aspen here in the Bow Valley and you start this hike by walking through a beautiful grove.Enjoy y'all!Leslie
LOVE the new look ... you've inspired me to update mine!
²Beautiful is as Col lauson !!!
C'est vraie, Max! C'est beau chez Moi. Le col de Corey c'est proche de Banff. Ca monte 1000 metres et ca prends moins que 2 heures!
wow.. as always.
Banff National Park is one of the most beautiful places you could visit and it's yours to discover on your all inclusive ski vacation.
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