Memories

Memories of Lake Louise and the Columbia Icefield

July 26, 2019

This week, after thoroughly enjoying and extending our stay in Revelstoke, we arrive a day late to Lake Louise. We were continuing our way toward the Calgary Stampede but couldn’t pass up a visit to Banff and Jasper National Parks. This area offered great memories for both of us. Deborah reflected on a teenage summer […]

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Enjoying Bryce Canyon Again – New Moments & Old Memories

September 21, 2018

One of the many joys of rediscovering and exploring some of our Risk Blossoming destinations is remembering and reliving our previous experiences and emotional memories. Have you experienced this sensation of revisiting a place that brought back memories or a specific moment? Some of these memories might have laid dormant and forgotten for years. The […]

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Full and Aching Hearts on the Oregon Coast

Full and Aching Hearts on the Oregon Coast

August 31, 2018

In last week’s blog, we wrote about reconnecting. We didn’t realize that we had allowed ourselves to grow distant from some of our own personal values. Values like nature, our land, the people and our pride in our beautiful country. This week, we continued the process of reconnection. But this time, our melancholy was focused […]

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Glacier National Park: Fire and Ice and Change

September 7, 2017

I will be the first to admit that things change. But, I was not prepared for the changes I would experience during our recent visit to Glacier National Park. It had been 50 years, since I last visited.  It was the summer of 1967, and I was traveling the western United States with my parents […]

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