In August and September of 2008, Bonnie Bennett Home and DeForrest toured the Canadian Rockies. They flew to Vancouver and took the train to Jasper, stopping overnight in Kamloops. In Jasper they got on a tour bus and traveled south, to the ice fields, Lake Louise, Banff, and Calgary. In Calgary they rented a car and drove back into the Rockies to Kananaskis Village, the site of the downhill skiing events in the 1988 Winter Olympics. They stayed there for a week enjoying some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Then they drove back to Calgary and flew home. Here are six of the thousands of pictures that they took.

Bonnie enjoys the Canadian Rockies from the train and makes a new friend at the Jasper Park Lodge.

There was only a light mist at Lake Louise, but Bonnie had her white raincoat on anyway.

Bonnie and De hiked along Ribbon Creek at Kananaskis.

At Troll Falls.

Mount Kidd from the Loop Trail at Kananaskis Village.