Stories of time spent on the trails in Banff National Park.
:(( That ain't right!!!!
Don't I know it!! I still had fun though. :) It was high comedy that we got snowed on for 24 hours.
Escape! Come back to Oregon. It's 75, sunny, and gorgeous here, and the forecast is for a lot more of the same!
No escape needed Amy...it's actually beautiful here...that was just a blip of bad timing...and we're already back to sun and 70! Come visit us!Keith
Oh, my eternally optimistic husband. You really do live on Planet Positive Thinking! Can't criticize you for that one. :)
Awesome! So jealous. :-)Wish I could come visit you guys soon but Banff is so far away. Maybe in August. Hope you're having a great summer!
Yes, only Jill Homer would be jealous of that epic. It was certainly O,K running weather, but it was lousy camping weather! Hey you - don't you have Tahoe Rim coming up this weekend? Oooooo! So exciting! Jills first "summery" trail 100 Miler!
Thanks for saving the great weather for my friends.It looks pretty awful over Banff this morning. They got back yesterday and had an awesome time. Lovely that they got to meet you.
What?! Really where was that? In Cowtown it is a scorcher!
Really! It was 24 hours after The Royal Couple enjoyed 25c sunshine at Skoki Lodge. We got slammed with this 24hr. doozy of a storm.
Leslie,It was nice to meet you Saturday at Eohippus Lake! When I saw you guys coming towards us, I said to my non running friend "I think that might be Banff Trail Trash" and she said "you are not going to ask them that are you? Glad I did! I can't imagine how you manage to run on the terrain that we hike on! That amazes me! Hope to cross paths with you another time!Andra
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