Spending two weeks road tripping and camping through the Canadian Rockies was both memorable in terms of the sights and experiences but also in the great learning moments. The conditions of our trip did not make things so easy - inclement weather, questionably advertised campsites, poisonous spiders - but, I'll tell you more about that next week. The bottom line is that I learned a lot on this trip both about how I like to travel, what I like to do, and how much I can take in terms of less than ideal conditions.
I've also added a few new travel rules to my personal list;
- Don't ever book a campsite at a place called a "resort".
- If a park is named "Glacier", it probably has a Grizzly problem.
As I poured through the one thousand plus images my husband and I took over the trip, I found so many that I just couldn't bring myself to crop to the standard size I use in my posts. So I've decided to share those special wide images here as a little teaser of all the great stories I have from this trip.
Images of Takakkaw Falls, the HooDoos, Emerald Lake, and the Shelter Bay Ferry Dock by my talented husband, Ezekiel Pease.