Posts Tagged: camping

Twisted Sisters, Oregon- Continued

Leaving Hood River and the Columbia River Gorge we headed south towards the Cascades and the lakes to do some fishing. Our route toward Bend skirted the desert areas of Oregon. The varied terrain has been one of the most impressive

Twisted Sisters, Oregon- Continued

Leaving Hood River and the Columbia River Gorge we headed south towards the Cascades and the lakes to do some fishing. Our route toward Bend skirted the desert areas of Oregon. The varied terrain has been one of the most impressive

Are We Sick of the Canadian Rockies Yet?

It has been three weeks since we crossed the border into Canada from Montana. We have spent that time soaking up the scenery, sightseeing and fishing on all sides of the Canadian Rockies, in both Alberta and British Columbia. From

Are We Sick of the Canadian Rockies Yet?

It has been three weeks since we crossed the border into Canada from Montana. We have spent that time soaking up the scenery, sightseeing and fishing on all sides of the Canadian Rockies, in both Alberta and British Columbia. From

Walking On a Glacier: Hurry before it melts

Glaciers are slowly disappearing all over the world. Since we seem unable in the near term to address the warming trends that are causing this problem I figured I’d better take the opportunity to stand on one before they are

Walking On a Glacier: Hurry before it melts

Glaciers are slowly disappearing all over the world. Since we seem unable in the near term to address the warming trends that are causing this problem I figured I’d better take the opportunity to stand on one before they are

Less Rain, More Sun, No Fishing

Lake louise, high in the Canadian Rockies is lovely. It hasn’t totally stopped raining, but after our rainy adventure in Banff we will take any sun we can get. After the mudslide was cleared we were able to move the

Less Rain, More Sun, No Fishing

Lake louise, high in the Canadian Rockies is lovely. It hasn’t totally stopped raining, but after our rainy adventure in Banff we will take any sun we can get. After the mudslide was cleared we were able to move the

Stranded in Banff: Rain, Floods and Mudslides

We left the Crowsnest area of British Columbia and headed north along the west side of the Rockies, through Kootanay National Park and into Banff National Park. It was just more beautiful mountain scenery, although as we set up camp

Stranded in Banff: Rain, Floods and Mudslides

We left the Crowsnest area of British Columbia and headed north along the west side of the Rockies, through Kootanay National Park and into Banff National Park. It was just more beautiful mountain scenery, although as we set up camp

Crossing Crowsnest Pass

We crossed the Montana border and entered Alberta, Canada. Finally, we were in new territory, never having been in this Province before. (You can go to the Diary’s “Roads We Have Traveled” page to find links to our previous Canadian

Crossing Crowsnest Pass

We crossed the Montana border and entered Alberta, Canada. Finally, we were in new territory, never having been in this Province before. (You can go to the Diary’s “Roads We Have Traveled” page to find links to our previous Canadian

Young Mountains, Old Rocks

The Teton National Park brochure says there are rocks in the Teton range that are over 2.5 million years old, but the mountains themselves are among the youngest in the world. Something to do with fault lines, massive earthquakes and

Young Mountains, Old Rocks

The Teton National Park brochure says there are rocks in the Teton range that are over 2.5 million years old, but the mountains themselves are among the youngest in the world. Something to do with fault lines, massive earthquakes and