Well it's been almost a month since I posted anything. A lot of different reason piled up on top of each other. Finally though I managed to find some time to actually take some, very needed, time off. So packed up the family, and off we went to the mountains. I have been there for a long while and I was missing the sight of rugged peaks. The first day we spent mostly in Hinton, which is located about 40Km east of the Jasper National Park entrance. A good friend told me about the Beaver Walk, located in Hinton. When we got there it started to drizzle, which very soon turned into a heavy rain.
We got completely soaked. I guess it was a good test for the cameras, which worked very well all through the rain. After we got to the hotel, and dried up a little I could not resist going out to see if I can catch a glimpse of the quite spectacular sunset. I did manage to catch a very nice Mr. Elk who was eating supper at the side of the road. Completely ignoring 6 or so cars parked on the side of the road, and people snapping pictures of him. Yes I joined the herd of sheep, but since I had a longer lens I didn't have to fight for space on the side of the road. This was a great finish to a busy, wet day.