As with all things Yeti doesn’t understand, he was scared of the snowboards.
There are a lot of things like that for him.
And so he ran wildly around and made a lot of noise.
Inka just followed her people.
There's something incredibly cheerful seeing hot air balloons lined up in a row, lighting up the evening sky with their brilliant light! Hadley was fascinated by their grand size, colors and the sound of the roaring flames as we walked by. Balloon Glow @steamboatresort is something I've wanted to witness for years before moving here, and it made me just as happy, if not happier than I thought it would, and the best part? Tomorrow's the Cowboy Downhill and I can assure you Hadley and I will not be missing it!
Spent the day in Canmore and out at the Burstall Pass day use area for a avalanche awareness day with Alberta Parks. A beautiful day ended by a blood moon lunar eclipse. Is anyone staying up to watch it?
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My hair is dirty, I have no make up on and and I forgot my hat... the kids were in such a hurry to get back out and play 😍
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Sunset and moonrise 🌞🌜
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I know you’re not ready to go back to work this week. But you’re also not ready for what is the cuteness of this adorable family 💙
Yesterday's hike reminded me of the importance of being prepared & to not do dumb stuff for your photos. We saw so many people who were not prepared at all. So many people in normal shoes (some even wearing bright white ones) knowing this trail is wet, muddy, slippery, & likely either snowing or icy at the lake (at least I hope they knew...always read trip reports & try to figure out conditions to the best of your ability before you go). You literally have to cross mini falls & creeks & your feet will definitely get wet if not wearing waterproof boots. People wearing normal street clothes you would see at the mall knowing it would be cold. No backpacks with them which means not equipped if something went wrong. People walking out to the middle of the lake when it only had a thin layer of ice, much thinner than it's been looking in past trip reports & you can see it melting on the edges & hear it popping while walking the perimeter of the lake. I will never walk on a frozen lake. I've seen too many movies of people falling in & not being able to get out because current underneath or ice breaking around them as they try to pull themselves up. Not worth it for a picture guys. Also cutting through woods & not staying on trail & damaging things just so they can get to the lake faster. There was more I saw but these were just the few.
I hate being the person to call it out because once upon a time Joe & I were inexperienced & weren't always prepared as well as we should have been, even now sometimes we do things spur of the moment, but some of the things I saw yesterday were pretty ridiculous & you see it a lot on popular trails. I think it's even more important to be prepared in the winter time when conditions are pretty rough & always changing. Sometimes I feel people hike & go on trails literally just for a pic on Instagram & to see any blatant disrespect for nature & trail conditions always gets to me a little.