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... a wander around the town, looking in the little shops and checking out a coffee place that a friend from home told me to visit. I then went for a walk down the Bow river towards the falls. It was so pretty. When I got to the falls I sat with my sketch pad and tried to recreate the scenery on paper. I don't think I did too badly but I didn't get it anywhere near finished before it started getting dark and chilly so I headed back down the trail into town.
... on a different route and I managed to embarrass myself by falling pretty spectacularly on my bum down some steps. Thank god Thierry was there because he caught my head as I went down. Thank you for saving my noggin! I felt OK at the time but I might now have bruises down my right side to go with the bump on my head and the burn on my finger and whatever other damage I've done to myself recently. Haha.
Donkey made a new friend, Rocky and we got to know our travelling companions better. It was a long day, we arrived in Banff around 9:30pm and then boarded a coach to transfer to Lake Louise which took another hour. But boy it was worth the wait!
I have included a couple of photos of the Chateau and one of the sunrise over Lake Louise, I just couldn't wait to share this but more amazing lake photos in the next blog :)
... adventure. The temperatures are already noticeably cooler – mid-20’s in mid-afternoon, whereas for the last week in the US they have only got that low in the dead of night!
We had been concerned that our late start would mean arriving at Lake Louise after dark, which would have made hooking up this unfamiliar van a bit of a hassle. However, although the sun had been setting at 8:30ish in California, we’re that much further north here and ...
... we started at 5,200 ft elevation and climbed up to over 7,000 ft.
The view was spectacular. The hike down was much easier. On the way
down we could only look at those on their way up, with the same look as we had.
Didn't have the heart to tell some how far they still had to go.
A group of us went to the Saloon for dinner, was a great night. Have met some great people on this tour.