Buffaloberry Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... after strapping cleats onto our shoes we were away. Our walk was a 2.7km walk on a pathway winding our way up the mountain through a forest track. The creeks were almost completely frozen, we saw blue ice where the waterfalls had frozen. It was serene and beautiful. Riley had fun with two other boys throwing snowballs at the two young tour guides - and they were rewarded with being thrown face down in the snow. We had photo opportunities along the way. ...
... the Eiffel Tower is high. In 150 years the glacier will have disappeared but, if we get an ice age in the meantime, who knows.
We had another coffee afterwards and then left towards Banff.
It was a lovely drive and we stopped several times to take photos. The height and enormity of the mountains is hard to describe ...
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH: We arrived at the Deer Lodge in Lake Louise at 4:15 p.m. today. The lodge setting is exactly what one might envision if one was staying to hunt moose or ski the surrounding mountain slopes! (WE will do neither! BUT, we do still hope to kayak, if the weather improves!) The lodge is buried in an area wooded with the trees you might associate with the infamous ranger of one's childhood, none other than Smokey the Bear. The facility itself is ...
... as loud as they could, amazed at what they had seen and disappointed that it was over. It wasn't quite finished. The horses didn't immediately go back to their stables, instead they waited in the arena and everyone had the opportunity to go a meet the amazing horses and their equally amazing riders. AJ and BJ joined the crowd and got to meet one of the Mounties and her very friendly horse. They kept a close eye on the Daddy and his friends and when they saw ...
... of endless amusement to Carla. Luckily The Hoodoo trail that we found ourselves on turned out to be pretty spectacular in it's own right. It didn't have the difficult climbs and winding paths that we were expecting.....but the sheer beauty of the mountains and rivers that we encountered more than made up for the miscalculation. As proud South African's it's very difficult for us to admit this....but Canada has us beat in easily accessible beautiful nature. It's ...