A -4 city hike

I headed to the Bow River while snow fell. I’d only ever walked the route by the frozen river during the warmer months. There were loads of hikers, and in spite of the below zero temperature, even a couple of crazy joggers in shorts. No thanks. I had my scarf, toque, thick jacket and winter boots.

Bow River Trail on the northern side of the city

Because of the traffic along the northern side of the Bow, I returned to the quieter city side, but a large section was fenced off due of construction. I shouldn’t have been surprised because I’d never witnessed this city without cranes hovering on more than one site.

Pedestrian Bridge over the Bow. Next time my daughter boasts about how sunny Calgary is, maybe I should send her this photo.

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