Trying out their 'tiger claws' at Jura Creek


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This was the rating scale that Henry figured out to 'rate Natalia's dinner'. Apparently
the beef celery slow cooker recipe was a '-1000' per Henry. Ouch. I thought it was great
incidentally, but definitely demotivating to have your kids tell you that your dinner was '-1000'.


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Our traffic counter frozen into the ice. Not much data here I'd say.


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Henry working on a planet puzzle.


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This is Henry completing his planet puzzle from Janet and Rick.

Jura Creek in the winter


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We had gone for a walk here in the summer time, but with virtually no snow for ~2 weeks, I figured that
it would be a good time to try out the boys' new 'tiger claws'.


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Walter in the creek bed with Mt McGillivray behind him. He was pretty stoked simply 'looking for limestone'.
I tried telling him it's everywhere, but he kept saying, "Daddy, is this limestone?"


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In the Jura creek canyon.


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The boys loved having poles and micro spikes in here. Definitely less blood drawn than there would
have been with more slipping, but counter-balanced with the boys trying to stab each other.


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Henry likes his 'tiger claws'.


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Inside the narrow canyon walls.


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The boys liked the 'mini cave'. Walter is trying to be a 'gremlin' here.


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This is actually the exit from both Loder Peak and Goat Mtn, and in some places it's super tight,
but in other places it's open like here.

Henry sliding down the side of the canyon walls


Johnny G on a penalty shot, he missed



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My nephew Luc made the trip up to Calgary for a Flames game with his friend Jett.


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Luc and I after the game.

Walter skating and working on his 'gliding'


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