Bailed to Canada: Rogers Pass

I have driven over Rogers Pass, BC a half dozen times but the weather has always been so unbelievably crappy that I had no idea what Glacier National Park even looked like. A few days ago we happened to be in the right place at the right time and snagged a bluebird day of skiing. HOLY WOW. The Selkirk Mountains are grand and majestic. We were able to hike way up into the high alpine. The breathtaking views made the long hike enjoyable and sub zero temps manageable. The long descent and fluffy snow were icing on the cake.

It was one of those days of complete connection between myself and my surroundings. A quick reminder of the things in life for which I am grateful… so many things. Smile, Enjoy, Live, Laugh, Love, Peace. 

Complete

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