The Paths We Take


Some paths are an adventure.

British Columbia, Canada

Others, we do not know what they lead to.

British Columbia, Canada

Then there are those that we never want to leave.

Crested Butte, Colorado

There are some paths we go down that are scary.

British Columbia, Canada

Some that fall off the face of the earth.

Mt. Evans, Colorado

We take them, although we don’t know what’s on the other side.

Gold Trail Road, Colorado

Sometimes, what’s on the other side is glorious and we’re glad we took the chance.

Ohio Pass, Colorado

Sometimes it’s not as bright & shiny as we thought it would  be.

Crystal Bridges Park, Arkansas


Sometimes it’s more than we thought it would be.

Heckman Pass, Bella Coola, BC, Canada

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      1. Bella Coola looks not to far on a map, but it is many hours of traveling time on a ferry away after a 6 hour drive from our home to the ferry. But it would be very worth the trip. It is on my bucket list.


      2. You’re right, of course. I forgot how long the ferry ride to Bella Coola was. Like 12 hours or something? And the other option of driving is quite a ways away too. It’s been about 8 years since we were there. We got to visit the beautiful Vancouver Island as well. I’m still amazed that there are bears on the island!

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      3. yes I think 12 hours for the ferry from Port Hardy. Bears, yes there are bears.. we have seen several. When we first visited this Island about 25 years ago, we were on tour to whale watch in Ucluelet and the bus driver told us there were no bears on the Island. Imagine our surprise when a couple of years after that we saw a bear at the side of the road near the resort we were staying at. This bear proceeded to cross the road in front of the car. yes, definitely, bears on the island. since moving here we have seen them near Port Hardy, on the road to Port Renfrew and on the road to Tofino.

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