The first really decent day in a long while prompted Judy and I to take the boats and head on up to the mountains. We stopped in a Beauvais Lake Provincial Park (West of Pincher Creek) but the wind was blasting down the lake and it really didn't look like a "pleasant" day so onwards to Beaver Mines Lake. This lake is quite close to the Castle Mountain Resort (CMR) and is higher in altitude but about the same size. Naturally we had to take some photos just to prove that paddling in Alberta isn't all about dugouts, sloughs, and irrigation "lakes". Forestry Services Campground (c/w bear warnings) You can't see me! (Loon on her nest) Lots of geese Quite the backdrop Scouts Canada Camp Impeesa Dizzy and the obligatory stick that must go with water. "One" and "Two" After Diz has his swim you have to go for a walk to dry him off before getting back in the car. Some of the Eastern Flank of the Rocky Mountains.