Jasper Journey – Part 2: Mount Edith Cavell


The Adventures of Superman

Mount Edith Cavell

I used to leap tall mountains in a single bound.
Now there’s a little too much snow on my peak.
The truth is that the pain in my legs is sometimes unbearable
when I try to go hiking.
Diabetes 2.
So my hiking days may soon come to an end.
But I ain’t quite done yet.

Beautiful up here!

A pure mountain stream!
But …

A flood? On a mountain?

Seems there’s a mountain pond up ahead – formed by a glacier. A tarn.
And falling rocks and ice could create a flash flood
and drown you.

And I was worried about bears.

 We fearlessly head up the trail.

I’ll be right along.

If I rest periodically I can make it. 

It’s just a matter of time. 

There does seem to be something blue up ahead … ?

Well … I’ll be tarned! 
There is indeed a large pond.

Time for a drink.


Next: Jasper Journey – Mount Edith Cavell: Part 3

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Howdy! I love Westerns. ... and the purpose of this MyFavoriteWesterns.com is to celebrate My Favorite Westerns! and to hopefully inspire folks to watch these great Western movies again - with fresh eyes and appreciation. This site will eventually display my top 30 favorite Westerns - or more. I will have original graphic work with regular updates/news about Western Movies. All this - and more ... Yee Haw ... !! - jcablerta / Moderator / Administrator

4 thoughts on “Jasper Journey – Part 2: Mount Edith Cavell”

    1. Thank you Cindy. It’s getting tough. I know how much you love to hike in your beautiful country. So you can imagine not being able to do that. I’ll have to get better meds I guess.

  1. Once again Jcalberta, you have captured beautiful scenery with fitting music 🙂 Anyway, keep up the great work as always 🙂

    P.S. your recent posts on Star Wars is actually subtly fitting for this site because George Lucas used Akira Kurosawa’s samurai adventure The Hidden Fortress as one of his many influences behind Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977). How is it fitting? The samurai film is sometimes implied as the Japanese equivalent to the Western. Here is a link that explains it 🙂

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samurai_cinema#Influence_on_western_cinema

    1. Thank You John. I’ve heard that Lucas was inspired by these moves which – as you say – were equated to Westerns. I would never have noticed that connection myself and, in truth, I think there’s a bit more to Star Wars than your average Western. I personally believe they have been an important consciousness raising phenomenon. I would equate them more to the mythology of Camelot and King Arthur. Merlin, etc. To me they have more a feel to that and there is no doubt they resonate with people on a that level. There is a power to them that connects with us. All that stuff about the Force, Jedi Masters, Excalibur like swords (Light Sabres) etc. Blah Blah … I could on and on. And I really don’t think I’m reading too much into it. Lucas did, of course, read Joseph Campbell’s works ‘The Power of Myth’ – about the ‘Hero’s Journey’. Great and powerful stuff. Over to you.

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