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Travel Blogs from Waterton Lakes National Park
... away but had lost
track of Billy and the girls. Using
Google, we located a newspaper article which featured Billy’s years of spending
the summers in Glacier and her love of hiking and Glacier. At the time the article was written Billy was
90 years and still hiking over 200miles per year in Glacier. The only other clue we got from the article
was that the cabin was located in an area called Kelly’s Camp. I guess you are wondering ...
There'll be time enough tomorrow to get back to our daily bread.
But there’s something about this evening that’s put this notion in my head.
The Heavens and the Earth are meeting tonight upon this very spot.
And all the things on Earth worth having are things that we’ve already got.
Darling tonight I am reminded how much these two hearts need romance.
Tonight it feels like all creation is asking us to ...
Light of the world you stepped down into darkness.
Open my eyes let me see.
Beauty that made this heart adore you.
Hope for a life spent with you.
Here I am to worship. Here I am to bow down.
Here I am to say that you're my God.
You’re altogether loving, altogether worthy, altogether wonderful to me.
- Tim Hughes
An event filled day. Lots happening. We crossed into Canada. We were such tourists in line to ...
... for us. No internet, phone, texting or e-mail. I feel like we are in the Sahara Desert. Or in the 70’s. Well, I keep telling myself that I grew up in that time. Surely, I can live without these communications.
But I realize how much I have come to rely on the immediate information and the feeling of safety I get having access to someone. But that is also a false sense of security when there is no connection available even if ...
Being at one with nature... All fine and well if nature isn't being a ****. My first camping experience of the whole trip involved a 40 hour rainstorm, where they had more rainfall in that one day than what they usually get over the course of the entire June, July and August period. The national park newspaper declared August being by far the best month to visit for hiking as it apparently never rained... That national park newspaper soon turned into a soggy rag. Waterton ...