Wallowing in a Winter Wonderland

One more small portion of Courtney’s and my Canmore weekend. I swear, the rest will come eventually. As will my Tasmania trip and so on.

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DSCF2917I did, in fact, look up “wallow” in the dictionary. It means to, “to luxuriate in, to revel in.” So really, we often use it somewhat inaccurately when we say we are wallowing in our miseries. Though I suppose some people do revel in that…. Anyway, I am writing this post about Winter Wonderlands today, because I am currently in the midst of one. As for luxuriating? Boy,  am I ever. Technically, this entry should be on my Travel Blog since I’m goin to share part of my trip to Canmore with sister Courtney, but it tells so much more than just a single day’s walk in the snow.

“The first snowfall is not only an event, it is a magical event. You go to bed in one kind of world and wake up in another quite different, and if this is not enchantment then where is it to be found?” ~ J. B. Priestley

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