Outstanding Blogger Award Nomination – Interview With an Adventurer

Thank you so very much Tea & Hiking Boots for the “Outstanding Blogger Award” nomination. I loved reading your response about the silver linings of living through a pandemic, and I share the same appreciation as you for a clean bathroom! I love following the adventures of so many bloggers, and I think its a … Continue reading Outstanding Blogger Award Nomination – Interview With an Adventurer

10 Things I Learned as a Tour Guide in the Rockies

Running water and flushing toilets are a gift. (I also have a strong appreciation for all buildings that don't have mice) 2. Someone on your tour will absolutely do that thing that you told them not to. They will let go of the dog sled, and they will step in that 'puddle' on the glacier … Continue reading 10 Things I Learned as a Tour Guide in the Rockies

Jewell Pass via Prairie View Loop – Kananaskis, AB

With restrictions beginning to lift and new safety procedures being set in place, my cousin Anya and I decided to head to Banff for the weekend to get a few nights of camping and a few quick hikes in. We were careful to follow all of the safety protocols, and wore masks whenever necessary as … Continue reading Jewell Pass via Prairie View Loop – Kananaskis, AB

Diesel Ran Out of Gas – Carrying an 80lb Dog Down a Mountain

Living in the mountains in Alberta is what grew my interest in hiking, and as any new thing you learn, mistakes are bound to happen. I had started with a few smaller hikes around the Columbia Icefield, and my friend Jared mentioned that we try a more difficult hike when I visited Canmore. One sunny, … Continue reading Diesel Ran Out of Gas – Carrying an 80lb Dog Down a Mountain