Category Archives: Rocky Mountains

Summit Cafe continues to deliver

I love the Summit Cafe. It was Darek’s birthday and we decided to head out of the city and grab some brunch and we headed straight to our comfort destination. The cafe has had a face lift and it looks … Continue reading

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Powder Paradise in Fernie

Now I am a little slow getting to this post, however, here I am. Last year we decided to scratch an item off our bucket list: snowboarding. Everyone told us to try it out in Fernie, just a 3 hour … Continue reading

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Cossi Fan Tutti Groupon

I am a huge fan of Groupon and Deal Find, and Living Social and so on and so on…these coupons allow me to try things that I might normally find cost prohibitive or just think really…is it worth it? So … Continue reading

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Whooping it up on the Kicking Horse

They say the Kicking Horse River gets its name from a fella that, while on the river, actually got kicked by a horse and was knocked out for days and nearly died but lived to ride on…wonder if he didn’t … Continue reading

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A boy and an ATV…

My husband has had his heart set on doing some solid ATVing for awhile so I decided that a great anniversary present would be a whole afternoon in the back country with 500CC at our disposal.  We hooked up with … Continue reading

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Summit and Canyon

Our Canada day ended up being a complete wash, a whack of plans gone wrong and a case of chilly weather left us hungry to do something new and fantastic with the rest of the weekend. We barely ever head … Continue reading

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Birthday Celebrations at Chateau Lake Louise

As this year marks a significant birthday, I have declared that we are spending the whole year in a constant state of celebration.  With this in mind we decided to stay at the famous Chateau Lake Louise, and thanks to … Continue reading

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