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So first thing in the morning drove Mike to the airport as he was flying home today. So Taylor and I are off towards Lake Louise stopping in Banff and went up the Banff Gondola
Banff Gondola: It takes eight minutes to the top of Sulphur Mountain which four passenger cabin. When you get to the top you are at an elevation of 2,281metres (7,486 feet) at the Summit Upper Terminal.
... a wolverine. We read there that there are about 60 Grizzlies living in the Lake Louise area alone. Quite high for this small little tourist village. After, we headed back to camp. Ryan's Auntie Susan and Uncle Tracy drove up from Calgary to visit us for the day. It was so nice to see and spend time with them. They brought their 16 year old border collie, Sadie with them too. Sadie loved the trail walk by our campground too and even took a dip in the river ...
... a combination of the two as there were eggs in a few different ways, bacon etc, seafood, roast meat, danishes, all sorts of things. I had more of a breakfast than lunch as I really enjoy the eggs benedict.
Headed off on our horse drawn sleigh ride along the lakeside trail enjoying the beautiful scenery. At the end, we turned around on the frozen lake and saw a ...
This took us up onto the Athabasca Glacier, going up and down inclines of 30%!
The glacier is purported to be over 200 feet thick.
It was all very interesting but the snow was coming down quite heavy so we took a few quick photos before heading back to the warmth and comfort of our own coach.
... after 45 minutes that we weren't sure any of you were worth the trouble (we worked on our "Fruits of the Spirits" later and felt a little more loving) and decided that we were out of there. Well, here comes the part where we really need to feel the appreciation. Half a mile down the hill (read STEEP hill) heading out we saw a parking lot that is used for folks coming up to ski in the winter. One more car was there and we thought MAYBE we can park there, hike ourselves BACK up ...