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After a huge breakfast we retraced our drive for 35 km up the Iclelands Parkway. The historic Num-Ti-Jah lodge was much busier than yesterday with a tour bus parked outside. The woman at reception clearly recognised me from my driver's licence. I had left the wallet in the shop – still no idea how! We are just pleased we do not to have to …
Today was a day of ups and downs in many ways.
We were sorry to leave Jasper but looking forward to today. We had been advised that it might snow overnight so delayed our departure an hour until 9am. It meant a nice relaxed start to the day and time to get a picnic lunch from the famous Bear Paw bakery. It was 2 degrees and …
It's been a while since we had our bimbly day in Jasper and we’ve been quite busy the last few days so we’re due another. Plus the weather forecast was pretty average for today, especially the morning, so if there was ever a morning for having a lie-in and achieving nothing, it was this one!
We lay in bed until nearly 11am. All going to plan so far. There was a HUGE thunderstorm at about 8am – ...
... br> The final stretch was a little over an hour and we arrived in good form, but pretty cold and wet. The bus collected us and it was straight to the car and maximum heat on the aircon.
A short trip trip down Highway 93 and we checked in to our latest barracks at Kootenay Park Lodge. A big dinner and early night in a cabin which has seen better days (and probably the odd mouse).
... sun shone on the spray, very pretty.
As we continued our journey we were surrounded the whole time by the majestic, snow-topped mountains. We learned that the Canadian Rockies are all layered, sedimentary rock which was, at one time, under the ocean. We drove along past The Endless Chain, at 17km it is the longest unbroken ridge line in the Canadian Rockies, named by Mary Schaffer who was an early artist, naturalist and explorer in this area.