Waterton Lakes National Park & Montana | instagram | flickr | prints - Two weeks ago over the long weekend, I had the opportunity to see Southern Alberta for the first time and I was blown away. We also took the chance to go across the border into Montana for the evening, and Glacier National Park is now on my list of places to go. We didn’t actually go into the park at all because the border actually closes at 10pm every night, so we didn’t want to be stuck in the states for the night.
The photos seriously do not do this area of the world justice, if you have the chance, please see it for yourself!
I can very honestly say that I cannot remember ever having a busier month. Work is crazy, it’s the end of the school year for Conner so there are all kinds of events (including high school orientation 😳), and after a slow recovery from the flu last month, I got horrific food poisoning this past week. I am just not a person who operates well through non-stop activity-filled days. I need some down time! I miss this space, and time to just sit, and feeling healthy and human (rather than permanently run down and constantly nauseous)…
I’ll be operating on autopilot for one more week and then June calls for a serious reset! At least, I managed to plan our summer trip yesterday! Something to look forward to! We’ll be going to Montana and Canada to Glacier National Park, Waterton Lakes National Park, Banff National Park, and Lost Trail Wildlife Rescue Preserve! Can. Not. Wait! Any must-see trails to hike??