Our adventures started early. There was a LOT we wanted to do in a short amount of time, which meant, keeping a tight schedule and moving quickly.
The rest of this blog will be in picture format. Have fun.
Selfie time! Right at the beginning of our day.
Hiking time. Kind of chilly…hopefully worth it.
End of hiking trip! Yes, it was worth it. Very beautiful and it eventually was warm enough to enjoy. I had a small make-out session with a super handy new friend.
Yup. Another creepy selfie. I was tired and hungry. You must feed me constantly to keep me from getting weird.
Yum! A gluten free lunch by the river. Best day ever!
Selfie by Lake Louise. We went there for a kayak trip. Unfortunately, it was still frozen. What the hell, Canada?
It was still pretty though…
This is my “What are you doing? Give me my camera!” face.
Family photo. The lady that was taking this picture kept telling me my camera was dying because it wouldn’t stay on. Well, that’s what happens when you hit the off button instead of the “take a picture” button. Dumbass.
I’m a little sorry for my attitude…just a little.
Next, because Lake Louise was kind of a bust, we went hiking at some Sulfur grotto thing.
It seemed super cool. A real cave?! AWESOME!
Until we walked in…
It smelled like we crawled into Satan’s butthole after he consumed bad Mexican food and lit that on fire.
I took those two pictures then bolted before the smell stuck to me forever.
The last picture above also smelled terrible.
Have you ever seen the Labyrinth? You know the Bog of Eternal Stench?
That’s all I could think of. It was awful!
Canadian Dinner! Poutine with Elk. I didn’t get to eat it, but everyone else loved it!
After dinner, some of the family members wanted to go up in the Gondola. I was not one of those people. I went shopping in Banff. However, my husband took the camera and took lots of great pictures.
Beautiful, right? From my safe viewpoint on the ground…
See how much stuff we can fit into a tiny amount of time? It’s amazing, right? Pretty exhausting though. Almost need a vacation from our vacation.