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Blakiston Falls, Red Rock Canyon, Red Rock Parkway, Canada





"Blakiston Falls", Red Rock Canyon, Red Rock Parkway, could keep you busy for hours. lots of sights and hiking to be had. we had a quick hike. our time in Canada was packed full of must sees.



please do watch the video. as if you are right there. pics taken late August 2014. Beth ( :

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Buttons said…
Oh Canada yay I love the sound of the falls. Beautiful shots. Hug B
eileeninmd said…
Beautiful landscapes and scenery, Beth! I like hearing the sounds of the waterfalls.. Great post and photos, enjoy your Thursday!
Linda Kay said…
So much fun to wander with you along the river and then see the falls. Great job with this, Beth!
Ah, they're all beautiful shots, but that fourth one is amazing! What a great view you had!
don said…
I too liked the video for the sounds of the waterfall. The falls has a hug volume of water falling over it.
lynn cockrell said…
So beautiful, Elizabeth.
TexWisGirl said…
really beautiful. therapeutic sounds. :)
Missy George said…
Looks like pretty rugged hiking country...But beautiful..
Mari said…
This is a very beeautiful place. There can never be as inspiring than a beautiful nature. It offers pute energy.
George said…
There are so many wonderful places I would like to see in Canada.
Kay said…
Beautiful country! I visited Alberta on a road trip when I was in college...but that was many years ago. I'd love to go again and the photos and videos are a good reminder why!
William Kendall said…
What beautiful country. It's calling me home, so to speak!
A Quiet Corner said…
What AWESOME country and audio that echoes free! Your blog looks super!!...:)JP
Ruth Hiebert said…
Lovely sights and sounds.
It is such beautiful scenery! xx
Michelle said…
What a beautiful place.
Pamela Gordon said…
I love waterfalls and there are so many in the Rocky Mountains to enjoy. We visited several in 2013 there. It was fun hiking to them. Have a great weekend Beth!
Terri B said…
Gorgeous waterfall- such a pretty place.

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