Badlands and Beyond, British Columbia – YOHO (A night in the Wilds of Canada)

“If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn’t lead anywhere.” Frank A. Clark Our time had come to pack up and leave Johnston Campground in Banff, Canada. We may have felt a little melancholy about leaving this magnificent place, but we were on our way to make reservations for a site […]

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 […]

A MODERN-DAY DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

Just a few short weeks ago, Phil and I had met an energetic, wonderfully friendly and outgoing young couple at our campsite in the Sequoia National Park who were from Ridgecrest, CA. Chris and Marissa, (unfortunately I did not get their last names), were visiting the Park with their daughter’s school to tour the caves […]