OK, I really like to look at people's vacation photos, probably because of what they represent, namely people going out of their way to see things, do things and experience as never before. Now this is not to say that vacation pics can't be interesting in their own right. Now, I've collected a few photos from a couple of our recent vacations, and believe me when I say that we definitely did things, experienced things in new ways, and the photographs just make them more memorable. So, here's hoping you, too, can enjoy them!
I'm back from another conference/vacation. And this one was also affected by nosebleeds from hell. I had been having nosebleeds, about every other day for two weeks - made worse by the fact that I take Coumadin (otherwise known as rat poison - you can ask me later why). Anyway the worst of these nosebleeds occurred the morning we were supposed to leave. In any event, my wife is now rather reluctant to leave the country for fear of my "having the big one" while in some foreign country. Well, that's a subject for later. Upon returning, I did dig out my old pictures of the time in Canada when I really had a major epistaxis, and I found some rather wonderful photos that I'd never shared with you all. So, here goes: #1 Waterton Lake, in Alberta, close to Glacier National Park in Montana. #2 The convergence of Upper Waterton Lake with Waterton lake (reportedly 800 feet deep). #3 Just somewhere in the Canadian Rockies. #4 Two of the Ten Peaks, surrounding Moraine Lake. #5, 6, 7 Views of incredible Lake Louise.