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... While sitting in the Waldhaus I noticed most of the lights were switched off after I arrived, which left me with my meal arriving in darkness other than some small table candles. So I asked the waitress and she explained that it's Earth Hour. So to participate they've reduced lighting to bare minimum. How's that for being energy conscious :-) After dinner it was time to head back up the hill, catch the bus back into town and make my way back to the hotel for some well earned ...
... out we were the only tourists on the tour the rest we training guides. In order to get good powder we headed to British Columbia to the Paint pot trial past Marble Canyon. Snow shoes on we headed to the powder.. First thought was this isn't that deep, next thing Sophie goes flying into the snow and looses her legs completely. This is going to be fun, we walked up to the Paint Pot sight whilst being told about the First Nation people that lived and ...
... bound up through the trail and we stayed and enjoyed one of the lower falls until we'd had enough and made our way back.
Joined sometime later by the rest we headed back to the bus and kept going along the highway to a stop for lunch along the river.
We then kept going, I think I was dozing by this time (another early wake up 2:30 am) , until we turned off into another parking bay for a view of Peyto Lake. ...
is where the Fairmont Chateau Hotel is,our bed for the
night. Very posh it is too. I reckon dinner might be a
little pricey this evening!
The weather forecasting here seems to be a bit hit and miss. The forecast for today was 17degs and sunny, it turned out to be -4degs and snowing!
... I didn't name it Laura...it was buffalo on the menu) and I had the cod fish. We split each dish making it a surf and turf meal and could not have named our favorite of the two since they were both so good. Another memory gained Pat? On our way back to Tunnel Mountain Campground, we took a detour from Canada 1 onto the Bow Valley Parkway. It was a nice ride, but we really couldn't see all the grandeur that we have become accustomed to seeing the last few days; therefore we cut ...