Canada Day Long Weekend 2017 – Part.2

If you missed Part.1 of this post, you can read it here (opens in new tab). We spent some off-time at the campground… Ate a lot of wood, drank wine, spent evenings with friends… making pretend phone calls, being batmanΒ etc… all the usual stuff you know!! One morning we decided to head out of the…

Canada Day Long Weekend 2017 – Part.1

Of course, we spent it with our favourite little family, in our favourite place on earth – the mountains!! And what a great weekend was it not!! Originally this was one post, but due to all the photos, I divided this post into two. You can read Part.2 next week! We were camped out at…

Last Camping Trip of 2017

Following our first camping trip of 2017 here, I thought while I’m on a roll I’ll also post about the last camping trip of 2017. I have already in bits and pieces… We hike up to Lake Agnes Teahouse here… After which we continued on the Little Beehive hike here… And then we explored a…

First camping trip of 2017

Almost one year ago, we had the coldest camping weekend ever!!! Fortunately for us, we had recently bought a little 1976 (pumpkin green) Trillium Trailer, or else, we most likely would have cancelled the weekend. We joined our friends at the Whistler campground (in Jasper), and my oh my, was it a rainy (actually) horrible…

Where there’s smoke…

… While entertaining our Dutch friends over the weekend, I decided to capture some photos to create gifs!! … Needless to say – I am slightly obsessed!! You know, where there’s smoke, there’s fire!! This is a snippet from our weekend in the mountains!!! πŸ˜€

A Few Highlights from our Camping Weekend

We spent the weekend in the mountains… our bliss!! Jasper National Park is our happy place… nature, mountains, no cellphones, hiking… we love it! This weekend we went along with a couple of friends, did some new (and old) hiking routes, saw a bear with two cubs… numerous elk and angry squirrels, just relaxed and…

September 2015 Camping Trip

September we took our first camping trip of the year. It was slightly colder than I would have preferred, but the Canadian Rockies never ceases to amaze!!