Monday, October 26, 2009

A Walk Down Memory Lane 13

Pack your bags,we're going on a road trip today.
This Walk Down Memory Lane takes us to various parts of Canada and the US.
The first stop is Colorado and Estes Park.

Here we are at Bear Tooth Pass in Wyoming.

A quick trip takes us to the Golden Gate Bridge in Vancouver,BC.

A mountain view somewhere in BC. A view of the famous Banff Hot Springs Hotel.
Let's stop at an overlook to see a beautiful lake.
Beauty is observed even in winter.
This is Lake Louise in Banff,Alberta.
Another picturesque mountain scene.
These pictures do not need any identification.
Mount Rushmore in the Black Hills of South Dakota is a familiar scene.
Another peek at Bear Tooth Pass.
Now we head south to Whitesands National Monument in New Mexico.
Let's hurry back to Canada,and stop at Bow Falls in Banff.
Back to the US and the Going to the Sun Highway in Montana.
This Weeping Wall was right beside the road.
Another view of the same place.
This scene is taken in Wyoming,exact location not known.
We head next to the Badlands of South Dakota.
Here we stop to look at one of the many glaciers in Alberta.
Still in Banff we come across this scene.
Now we have arrived in Jasper,Alberta.
One of our Royal Canadian Mounted Police,posing for a picture.
A trip up the Jasper Skytram,give a different view of the mountains.
Following two pictures take us to the Flaming Gorge Rec.Area,Utah
the place of this scenic view will remain unknown.
The beauty is still the same.
Finally we spend some time in Yellowstone National Park.
We are just in time to see Old Faithful at it's best.
Obviously these pictures were taken over several years and vacations.
I hope you enjoyed this quick trip all over the country.
Value the beauty of the changing seasons.

21 comments:

  1. Wow - gorgeous shots Ruth! I think I've seen all or at least most of those places in my lifetime. We traveled lots every summer when the kids were young and we sure got around! Thanks that your pictures trigger the memories!

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  2. Ruth: What a wonderful pictorial of your travels. You capture the two countries beautifully.

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  3. Wonderful shots, Ruth. You were all around me when you were in Wyoming.

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  4. My goodness, Ruth...breathtaking scenery!!! Isn't it nice to re-live your trips through these timeless images that are done so well? Just wonderful!

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  5. Wow, that was quite a trip you just took us on. The scenery was breathtaking!

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  6. You've been some beautiful places....many that I've never been to in my own country....yet. YOu could make a calendar out of these, they are so good.

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  7. A lovely trip down memory lane for me as well as all our photos went up in smoke from our lovely cross country trip in Canada, from Montreal to Vancouver and down the coast to San Francisco.
    Thank you for sharing these.

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  8. Beautiful, beautiful pictures!!!!! Also beautiful memories, I'm sure!

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  9. We have been to the same location Going to the Sun in Montana in 1976. Your trip photos are really nice.

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  10. What a wonderful road trip. You took us to many places we haven't seen but which we would like to see in person. Thanks for the beautiful scenes.

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  11. Ruth what captivating images of your memorable vacation to beautiful mountain scapes! I loved the images of Vancouver and Banff because I lived there for a bit and am very familiar with the country..thank you for taking me down my own memory lane!
    Your continued support for me while I walk toward wellness touches me deeply and I am most appreciative. I feel blessed in meeting and connecting with such caring spirits who believe in the power of prayer. blessings to you.
    hugs aNNa

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  12. Beautiful Ruth... I'm trying so hard to catch up on blogs --and am not sure I will ever do it... ha...

    I always enjoy your posts--and looked at all that I missed this past week. I love your post going down Memory Lane. You and Jake have really seen so many gorgeous places in your lives, haven't you???? That tells me just how many more I WANT to see!!!!!

    Hugs,
    Betsy--who is THRILLED to be home 'finally'

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  13. As I scrolled down through all of your beautiful pictures I kept thinking...wow! You have been around...meant in the nicest of ways of course. You have seen the most beautiful mountains, and lakes and snow scenes. God is the maker, sculpter, painter, and creator of such infinite beauty. Praise his name. And Thanks to you for sharing!

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  14. Oh my Ruth, thank you for that trip! I'm sure I'll never get to visit any of these in person. What a beautiful contry we have, and how thankful I am we have cameras to preserve all these memories.
    B.

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  15. Wonderful holiday memories! You and Jake have certainly had some grand trips and seen some magnificent sights! Great fun to see the pictures you took as if they are fresh.

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  16. Oh Ruth, how I love road trips, and this one was one of the best. I have never been to mt Rushmore, but now I feel like I have! Thanks

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  17. Array of great photographs of great place!

    So beautiful landscape you have captured.

    Great job done! and thanks for sharing these pics with us :)

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  18. Just love going on road trips with you thru your photos! So beautiful. A Weeping Wall? That one was so cool, I had never heard of it! I hope one day I can get my kids out west again. It's so different from here and just so amazingly beautiful. My family drove from Buffalo NY to Wyoming one summer. It was a trip I will always remember. My husband actually drove from Buffalo to Alaska 20 years ago. HE got some great pictures too.

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  19. Spectacular scenes, Ruth! You and Jake are quite the travelers!

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  20. How delightful! Such a lovely scenes. Thank you for sharing.

    Have a great week.

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  21. very nice, as always! (I'm pretty sure it's the Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver :) Impressive, none the less.

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