RV Adventure – part 2/3. Calgary to Kelowna (all expenses paid)

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Roger’s Pass with a bit of snow coming down.

Entering the Rockies from Calgary.

Near Roger’s Pass

Cutting through the Rockies.

I may have forgotten to tell you, but this trip is not costing me a dime. This is not the first time I have done a trip like this. Having the time freedom to jump on a plane last minute and drive around Western Canada all expenses paid, is my kind of “day at the office”.

Well, today I drove from Calgary to Kelowna. I wanted to put in a full day. The scenery was amazing. These majestic mountains are breathtaking. I saw some deer grazing quietly and a lone elk wandering near the road.

Now you may wonder, how is this free? I have always been open to see opportunities. I must get that from my father for sure. This trip is similar to all the other opportunities…available, if I only keep my eyes open to see them. As my eyes are open to opportunities, I see them everywhere. When I was young, this came with the label, “dreamer” and not always viewed as a positive trait.

Being open to opportunities has given me a full, rich and very diverse life. I have been able to be, do, see and experience so much. My step-daughter once said, I must be “WAY older” to have done so many things in my life.

A favorite movie of mine is, “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”. His whole life he intentionally hid from risk and opportunity. Was it his fear of failure or fear of the unknown? Maybe, but then he grabs an opportunity and pushes all fear aside and totally embraces it. Wow, what an adventure he went on. Go watch the movie if you haven’t.

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Dinner (paid for of course), Ceviche appetizer followed with Butternut Squash Ravioli with Prawns (and truffle oil). My favorite.

 

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