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... I share a couple of pictures today and will have more tomorrow. Julie provides a video. Again you'll want to be seated for this exciting video.
Later in the day we traveled to Horseshoe Lake where we heard the young people of Jasper come and jump off the cliffs into the clear, cold water. We only saw a few people at the lake and no one was jumping. So you'll just have to look at a boring picture of the lake.
We're still waiting to see our ...
... out that despite England being quite cold at times we do not, as a rule, light our fires when it is 32 degrees outside. We hope this has remedied the situation but last night was very hot.
As our outing today we drove for just under an hour further into Jasper national park and visited some hot springs in the mountains. Quite amazing drive looking over broad rivers, long straight roads and gargantuan snow topped mountains on all sides. The ...
... Station was build in 1925. Parks Canada acquired the Station in the 1990's and undertook major renovations to preserve the building. The railways were responsible for the opening up of this area of Canada. Jasper is believed to have been established in 1801 by Jasper Hawes, who built a supply depot on the Athabasca River for North West Company fur traders and explorers working in the region. Fur trading declined after 1850 and there were few ...
... booking problem for the next week as it's Canada Day next weekend and all RV accommodation is booked out for the next 7 days so we have decided to chill out in Jasper for another week until things return to normal next Monday when we are off to Lake Louise and Banff before hitting the Calgary Stampede on the 3rd and 4th of July.
Scott, Kylie, Amelia, and Madison
... settled into our new place, met our new bosses and started work at Alpine Village Jasper. If you are headed through the Rockies, Jasper is absolutely worth stopping at. It's not too “touristy”, but the mountains surround the whole town and there is almost always some kind of wildlife to be seen. Despite the abundance of animals, I am sad to say that I haven’t seen a bear, moose or wolf in the wild yet.
My most exciting encounter ...