Kootenay: Awe-inspiring Canadian Rockies

kootenay

Bobbie Hasselbring
October 24, 2012

They rise up like titans, ancient seabeds thrust into vertical slabs of sedimentary rock, bent and folded into towering peaks capped with icy glaciers. Welcome to the Kootenay (“koot-knee”) Rockies, southeastern British Columbia’s impressive and largely undiscovered mountain playground — a perfect... Read more »

RVing in Banff and Jasper

RVing in Banff and Jasper

November 18, 2009

High in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, a lovesick creature of the wild raised his head and gave voice to one of the most stirring sounds in nature. It was the call of a bull elk, and here in these rugged mountains his cry was further dramatized by massive sheets of glacial ice. The call of the wild... Read more »

Edmonton, Canada is a City of Many Faces

Edmonton Canada

June 1, 2009

As I drive toward Edmonton, Alberta, all I see is open space – not something I usually associate with cities and urban areas. Then, from the open landscape of miles of valleys and rivers, the tall buildings and life of a city emerge. Edmonton is located in the central part of Alberta, Canada, with... Read more »

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