Sorry I have not posted in a while, I have been very busy with school. I thought I would make this post since it helps me reflect on those who have made me who I am today. This post will be about some of my family members that have fought in different wars. Some survived, others did not. I thank all of them for fighting for the freedom I have today. Some of the people I do not have a lot of information on and some do not have pictures, but I have put as much detail as I could find right now. If I find out more information, I will definitely update this post!
On August 6, 2017 (I know I’m a bit behind!) my mom, my friend, and I wanted to find the hermit cabin near Banff and we did!
The hike to the cabin is pretty easy, it’s just along Johnson Lake.
Have you ever wanted to hold a baby kangaroo or wallaby? What about hold a sugar glider? Pet a capybara? Well, do I have a place for you! In my last post I talked about my first couple of days in Penticton. I decided to skip ahead to my last day since I was super excited to tell you about this amazing place!
Sorry I haven’t been blogging much the past couple of weeks, but some family matters have come up. I thought I would make a quick post about one of my favourite churches.
I was sad to see that the Old McDougall Church was destroyed by a fire, on May 22. It was one of my favourite places to see when we took the ‘other way’ to Banff. In fact, this summer I was hoping to go out there and get some better pictures of the location, but I guess now the photos I took on my iPhone will have to do. (more…)
Just thought I’d do a quick post for those of you ‘following’ my blog.
First of all, thanks for following my blog! Once school is out for the semester (April 21st is my last exam….hooray!) I will try to post more about past adventures and new ones I hope to take this summer! I am open to any recommendations you may have for exploring within the southern Alberta area 🙂
I recently added another section in my photography portion of my set call “Chasing Waterfalls” (you can find it here). One of my favourite things to look at in nature is Waterfalls. I love how each is unique in its own way. I could just stare at them all day. I hope to find more waterfalls this summer and I will try to post other waterfalls I have been to, as I get more time. I just thought I would keep everyone in the loop.
“A strong man and a waterfall always channel their own path” -Author Unknown
**This is a post from my old blog on TravelPod, but I have imported the content to my new blog!**
Hello everyone! As I write this post I am so FROZEN! Just the other day I was in a place where it what 30 degrees Celsius and now, as I type this, it is minus 23. My mom told me that the whole time I was gone it did not snow, but the night I got home of course it had to snow and I am the designated sidewalk cleaner. (more…)
As I sit down to write this post it is -17˚ Celsius in Calgary, but feels like -25˚ Celcius, according to The Weather Network. I don’t tend to normally write about the weather, but as you guessed from the title and location of my blog I will be soon departing to Sunny California, which according to The Weather Network is 17˚ Celsius. Now, to someone in California that may seem cold, but for me a person who has felt like a Popsicle for the past month, that is t-shirt and shorts weather!