Alpine Inn & Suites
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... feels better than creating something that hasn't been seen before and sharing it with the world.
I vow to always FOLLOW MY ART, wherever it may take me. I am ready to shift my focus to my own goals and theatrical dreams. Up next: One Yellow Rabbit's Summer Lab Intensive in Calgary with Denise Clarke. Here's to the creative future.
... corn melting into the bluest, clearest horizon in Saskatchewan. The dramatic, dinosaur filled canyons of Drumheller and oil-fuelled prosperity of Alberta and finally, fittingly dramatic, the Rocky mountains, the wild, arresting, heart-pumping, lung breaking gatekeepers to British Columbia.
One of the single, overwhelming emotions however is gratitude. For the huge number of emails and blog comments people have taken the time to send, every single one has been ...
... got scratched an eaten by mozzies. Real bushwhacking. Eventually, we reached three quarters of the way round, and there was a swamp. We walked along several large logs, over the marsh, but eventually realised we would have to turn around and go back. our 20 min stroll turned into a 2 hour struggle. However we made it, somewhat hot and sweaty. Saw bear poo along the way, which made us a bit wary, but the noise we made should have kept them at bay.
... a table, counter with some essentials for cooking, there was a wood burning stove and a loft where we could sleep. What more do you need.
We made lunch and then decided to venture out on an afternoon hike. Lanna really wanted to summit the Standard peak so we were on an adventure to find this peak. There was a picture of a half decent map in the cabin so we took a look at that before heading out on the trail we ...
... gets bored, he doesn't like to watch the scenery as much as we do. While we do try our best to give Robbie space to run around and see what he wants too, it can be difficult at times.
We are really enjoying this trip and never for a minute would want to do anything different.
On a brighter note, Josephine now has 2 bottom teeth poking through. A milestone!