Cascade Court Bed & Breakfast
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... the Reverend Rundle Stout, Lower Bankhead Black Pilsner and the Head Smashed IPA. It was getting late but we wanted to try one last place so set off for the Rose & Crown pub for a quick nightcap. One more beer each later and we were done, so we ordered a cab to take us home. Thankfully the cab took pity on Chelle and her fear of bears so he dropped us off directly outside of our door rather than let us run the bear gauntlet in our campground ...
... any other park we had been to so far, all large spaces were drive thrus, but you parked on each side of the streets, like you would parallel park your car. Miss pat made chicken quesadillas for dinner. We took the dogs for a quick walk, as the skies were getting very dark and we felt raindrops. We got back just in time, as the bottom fell out, complete with lightning, thunder and even some hail. Perfect sleeping weather in the ...
... we see the beauty of the Victoria Glacier and Lake Louise. The setting of the Fairmont Lake Louise Chateau is truly magical. It's lunchtime and as the weather is a tad cold and we cannot access our rooms yet we take the opportunity to sit in the Lakeview Dining Room for lunch and feeling very decadent as some sun comes through the window, we stay there for a couple of hours indulging in the breathtaking view from this best of all lunchtime ...
... but this was a real taste of what we would see for the next 3 or 4 hours. The highway ran down the middle of high snow covered peaks on the right and left, they are massive.
Isa 40:12 - Who has measured the waters in the hollow of his hand
And taken the measurements of the heavens with a span of his hand?
Who has gathered in a measure the dust of the earth
Or weighed the mountains in the balances
And the hills in the ...
... up, and at the top, who pretty much ignored you while they feasted on the leaves and seeds.
A lovely view of the town from the top when we arrived, and you could see both sides of the glacier carved valley - one towards the town and the road to Jasper, and the other towards the golf course and the road to Calgary. After eating our lunch, we wandered off down the hill, and found a coffee shop to toast the fact that a couple of oldies managed to survive.