We got to Waterton Lakes National Park and it was spectacular. The snow was still so deep it was up to the roofs of the houses and some houses had disappeared altogether!!! We couldn't find a place to stop for lunch anywhere due to the snow the only thing that was ploughed was the road in and out.
Then the other side of the campground we saw an opening. They had carved through the 10ft of snow and made paths I assume for snow shoers or cross country skiers (of course which we didn't have), but it was an opening and we went for it.
I know it is cliche, but it was so amazing, it was warm and sunny and everywhere you looked glistened. It was one of those experiences that you just had to be there and will never forget. The dogs were happy to get out and stretch their legs, although it was a bit deep at times.
Zack charged about like the energizer bunny.
Having the odd mishap (LOL)
He even got Dylan going.
Sidetracked - squirrels???
Happy Easter from my little mountain man.