29 July 2012

Greyhound Bound

Summer is a time of travel, adventure and hitting the wide open roads...

Not too long ago, Reece and I jumped onto a Greyhound Bus 
headed west to Sicamous, British Columbia to visit his parents

The approximate length of travel is around 7-8 hours one way, 
which includes the frequent pick-up and drop-off spots and meal breaks

Views from the front of the bus


Heading into Banff, Alberta

The weather was sunny and hot for the majority of 
the trip, but a few spots were overcast with light rain

Heading into Golden, B.C.

Our little groundhog friend

Reece fed him/her some bread from his egg
 salad sandwich, seen at the bottom of the photo

Rogers Pass

Driving through the tunnels

Everything is so vibrant and green, definitely a reminder of 
what I have given up to come live in Calgary for awhile haha


On route to Revelstoke, B.C.

We arrived into Sicamous Friday afternoon and left Sunday
 morning. I was so busy enjoying my trip, boating on the lake, 
taking bike rides around town and exploring with Reece, I 
didn't bring my camera out to take any photos of our stay...

But I did however take photos of Reece and I infront of a 
nostalgic looking western motel in Revelstoke. We stood in
 front of the room number that matches our current ages :)


Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

I like riding a bus once in a while ... beats driving!

Toronto Girl West said... [reply]

Ahhhh.....I love the roads between Golden and Calgary! Some of my favourites, in fact! :)

Lucie said... [reply]

Such beautiful views kelsey!

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