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... close to the Falls but I posted a picture of it.
The day was quickly passing so we made two quick stops at Reflection Lake and Narada Falls (188 ft high). These falls were worth a stop, and only a short walk from the parking lot. A very late lunch at Red Robin, with everyone tired, hungry, slightly sunburned, and ready to be out of the car. Slow, easy night, relaxing, uploading photoes, and laundry.
Our quick weekend here is over. Tomorrow we fly to Anchorage!
... was delicious. I had clam chowder and fish and chips, yum! THEN we went to this ice cream place called Molly Moon that was SO GOOD! They had all these cool flavors like honey lavender, balsamic strawberry, and earl grey! I had honey lavender and it was amazing. The only problem is that their scoops are WAY too big, which is something I never thought I would say. (See here for my thoughts on my ever evolving sugar tastes) But oh man was ...
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... poor representation of the Skaha Bluffs. I think we were so happy to just chill out--climb a little, swim a little and just enjoy some down time that we didn't even think to bust out the camera much.
One of the shots Lindsey captured was on our favorite ...
... which stands at
over 14,000ft. It was a beautiful sunny day but almost the entire area was still
covered in snow. We ate the pb&j’s we packed (I called it our volcano
picnic since we were right next to it!) and set off for a quick hike to Myrtle
Falls. We were at such a high altitude that the snow was just beginning to melt
and the flowers were just beginning to bud, basically the seasons are ...