Munchkins & Wild Flowers

Shiloh is the most enthusiastic child I know who loves wild flowers. We had been talking about taking a walk to see the flowers for some time. Finally yesterday, together with three mothers and six children, we went to Bow Valley Provincial … Continue reading

Camping and hiking

On Monday this week Trish and I went to Sibbald Lake Campground for a one night camping trip. While there we hiked Ole Buck Loop and were wowed by the thousands of flowers and long grasses on the lower part … Continue reading

Angels and my Flowers

Angels come in unexpected forms and my most recent visitation of angels came yesterday and were five Exshaw school children who came to plant my summer flowers in pots that reside on my back deck. This was a fundraiser for … Continue reading

Paint Pots Hike, Kootenay National Park

This week’s hike to the Paint Pots was most interesting. Due to last year’s big flood the Paint Pots bridge from the Paint Pots parking was damaged and now removed as work is underway to replace it. At this time … Continue reading

Bow Valley Park Flowers

This afternoon I wandered over to Bow Valley Provincial Park and walked Middle Lake Trail photographing flowers. There were so many I had to pick a few as an example. Here is Blue Flax and one with Indian Paintbrush, peavine … Continue reading