Posts Tagged: photo

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

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump

The buffalo jump was an ingenious, communal way for members of the Blackfoot Nation to build up stores of food, hides, tools and weapons needed to get through the harsh winters of the western plains. The bison would be herded

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump

The buffalo jump was an ingenious, communal way for members of the Blackfoot Nation to build up stores of food, hides, tools and weapons needed to get through the harsh winters of the western plains. The bison would be herded

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

Life on Your Own Terms

Have you had any days where the idea of a life of solitude, maybe in a small cabin in the woods, sounds appealing? You know, when you are fed up with the daily grind, the fools you have to suffer,

Life on Your Own Terms

Have you had any days where the idea of a life of solitude, maybe in a small cabin in the woods, sounds appealing? You know, when you are fed up with the daily grind, the fools you have to suffer,

Eat Mor Cowz…West Texas, Route 66 and the “Big Texan”

So I hope you all enjoyed our caravan trip down the Baja to Cabo San Lucas and back. 28 days of crazy roads, breath taking scenery and great mexican food. Despite the road situation, we loved the Baja. We weren’t thrilled

Eat Mor Cowz…West Texas, Route 66 and the “Big Texan”

So I hope you all enjoyed our caravan trip down the Baja to Cabo San Lucas and back. 28 days of crazy roads, breath taking scenery and great mexican food. Despite the road situation, we loved the Baja. We weren’t thrilled