I may have started the week in Paris in the springtime, but I seem to have gone back in time to the depths of winter here in the Rocky Mountains. Yesterday we headed into Johnston Canyon to do a bit of ice climbing… this is the base of one of the climbs in what must be one of the most stunning places on the planet.
Well, so far so good. I’ve managed to stick to the schedule and post each day in April so far. The theme, Transitions, Travel, and Transformation has proven to be as flexible as I figured it needed to be to cover all eventualities this month… I knew it was going to be chaotic and, indeed, that has proven to be the case. If you are behind, here are the posts so far:
Day One – A is For Abbesses, Amelie, Artists, and More
Day Two – B is For Bordeaux, Beds, Bourse, Broken, Blue Book and a Brass Band
Day Three – C is For Community
Day Four – D is For Dying (not as morbid as it sounds…)
Day Five -E is For Eggs
Day Six – F is For Feet- Fine Friends of Wanderers
Day Seven – G is For Goya, Guernica, Gaugin and van Gogh
The weather can change fast here in the mountains. Perhaps when I check in again with the Week 2 summary I’ll be posting photos of spring flowers in alpine meadows… Maybe not quite yet, but by the end of this challenge, perhaps.