Sunday, May 29, 2011

June vacation

Anne and I have a week off at the end of June. We're just trying to decide where to go that will be baby friendy, has decent climbing, is not too crowded, and would allowbthe grandparents to babysit and hang out. Right now we are between city of rocks, humbug spires and possibly ten sleep. City and ten sleep are likely too far away. We don't know what is around Bozeman. Just wondering what other warm options are available. Skaha?

Good site on humbug

2 Comments:

At 5/29/2011 09:56:00 PM , Blogger Marko Polo said...

sorry, not around, otherwise, we're in for kid-friendly activities.

 
At 6/26/2011 02:22:00 PM , Anonymous Theodora said...

Celebrate Parks Canada's 100th Anniversary with CPAWS:

Hey!


I'm working with Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) and Parks Canada on a project to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Parks Canada. We really appreciate the mention you made on your blog last summer about our 2010 video contest. This year, we're asking Canadians to help build the first national parks bucket list:

http://ParkDreams.ca

To enter the contest, you simply write, in 50 words or less, the story of your national parks dream experience. Maybe it's surfing the big waves of Pacific Rim National Park, or hiking the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton? We're looking for dreams ranging from the wildest excursion to the most stunning view, wildlife sighting, paddling haven or trekking thrill.

The top-voted dream will win the grand prize trip for two to the Nahanni. The trip includes airfare from anywhere in Canada, and is valued at more than $10,000. The two runners up will receive prize packages valued at over $500 and $300 each and include a Mountain Equipment Co-Op Shopping Spree, Parks Canada National Park and Historic Site Seasonal Passes, great gear by CPAWS and offers from Explore Magazine.

We thought ParkDreams.ca might be of interest to your readers.

If you do end up writing about it, your readers might also be interested in this remarkable music and film project that also celebrate's the 100th anniversary. I'm not involved with it, but I thought the two together might make a stronger story:

http://www.nationalparksproject.ca/

Thanks so much!

 

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