Badlands and Beyond, part 13 – British Columbia, Yoho

“Nature is the one song of praise that never stops singing”. –Richard Rohr We had to go back. Tak Falls was the most incredible waterfall I had ever experienced and the hiking trail that led back into the mountains and glaciers called to us… beckoning through the cool, glacial breeze that carried fresh, invigorating scents […]

Badlands and Beyond, Part 12 – Yoho Nat’l Park, Canada

When camping in a van, the weather determines one’s motivation early in the morning. If I hadn’t had to answer the call of mother nature, I would’ve stayed in bed ’til noon! Unlike home, where all you have to do is walk downstairs to use the facilities… we had to get dressed, put on a […]

Badlands and Beyond, part 10 – Canadian Rockies

“In every walk with nature, one receives far more than they seek.” – John Muir Our second full day in Banff, Canada, and we woke up to drizzly weather… again. On the agenda was hiking Johnston Canyon and possibly taking on some other hikes in the area that were close to our campground. When we […]