Don’t go camping in Canada if…

That’s right, I am (sadly) back from Canada and geared up to start fangirling about it again; it never ends for you does it, my poor readers? Thanks to jetlag, my brain thought this post up at 3am in the…

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“We’re not gonna be eaten by wolves” @ Lake Minnewanka

There are some things you can’t imagine ever needing to say and “we’re not going to be eaten by wolves” is a phrase I certainly never imagined myself saying. That said, I did have to tell my sister and various…

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Snow at Peyto Lake, Alberta

Peyto Lake is easily one of the most photographed lakes in Canada and it’s easy to see why; it’s shaped a little like a wolf, is a beautiful milky blue colour, and is right off the Icefields Parkway. Because of…

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7 days in Banff & Jasper, Alberta

7 days is no where near enough time to discover all that Banff and Jasper have to offer but we found that we got a surprising amount done in a week. When we arrived at Canadian border control, the chap…

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Athabasca Glacier & climate change

Today I’m not just going to show you pretty pictures of the Athabasca Glacier and talk about how wonderful it is; I need to get something off my chest and have a little rant about climate change. About two-thirds of…

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Mount Rundle, Two Jack Lake | The best 7am wakeup call ever

To say I am not a morning person is a severe understatement, so I was a little grumpy when Daz dragged me from our warm tent at 7am. He was right though; the view was worth it. “You need to…

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Kayaking on Lake Louise, Banff National Park

The tale of the time we went kayaking on Lake Louise is much happier than last week’s post about kayaking on a windy Maligne Lake. After a couple of days in Jasper, we headed back down the Icefields Parkway to…

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