This summer Mr. Canada and I went on the longest trip of our married lives so far. As if that wasn’t fun enough, add in most of Mr. Canada’s family. There were 16 of us in total, which is still not the entire family (there are 7 from his immediate family who didn’t come/hike). It’s a big family and the 23 only include Mr. Canada’s parents, us and his siblings/significant others and the siblings’ children.
Anyway, the reason for the trip was hiking in the Canadian Rockies.
IT. WAS. AWESOME!
The beginning of course was just a lot of car travel and some site seeing.
This is in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. We walked over that tall train bridge behind us in the photo.
These were the hoodoos in Drum Heller, Alberta.
Then we stopped at some strange dinosaur. It was pretty cool.
The dino was pretty big. You could pay a couple of dollars to walk up through the dinosaur and take pictures in his mouth.
Finally, we arrived in Canmore, Alberta to start hiking. Stay tuned for photos of the hikes!