This year I resolved I would be in pictures and that we would travel and camp more. I’m mostly succeeding. Follow our adventures on instagram @lisalacroixphotographer and our see our travels #AnotherTeamLacroixAdventure!!
He hates having his picture taken (which figures considering he is SO flipping adorable)
She, on the other hand loves to be photographed and will direct your shots for you :)
This guy I love with all my heart <3
and the teenager is a work in progress. Oh and YES the 5-year-old threw pine needles at her as I was taking the picture and totally poked her in the eyeball. The teenager was extremely unimpressed.
We miss a beach day here because I photographed all the action on my Iphone. Geocaching at the Whistlers campground. Thank goodness for the interpretive programs in our national and provincial parks!!
This summer Maielle learned to swing on her own. I love swinging and I hate pushing swings so this was a boon for our relationship. We can now swing side-by-side.
We hiked the glacier.
Note: I am in a picture!!!
Keaton and Maielle loved the floating ice burgs from the glacier.
Noted: the surly teenage attitude.
She hates me when I am taking a family shot but when she wants me to take her picture she is all sunshine and roses.
We honestly saw the most diverse wildlife this trip. Missing are the black bear and grizzly (yes I finally saw a grizzly). Unlike the wonderful people chasing the bears down the highway I chose to stay in my car and observe (from a safe distance).
Again with my resolve to “be in pictures”.
Another day another discovery. This time it was the discovery hike at Whistlers campground (we actually stayed at Wabasso because it’s my favorite but we used the park programs at all the campsites. If you are in Jasper make sure you check out the campfire singalong at Wabasso on Friday nights and say hello to my favorite park interpreter Emma)!!
The kids did the geocaching at Wabasso too. It was much harder than the Whistlers geocaching, so Clint helped a bit :)
A hike up to Athabasca falls and our annual trip to Jasper came to an end. Until next summer. We will miss you!!!