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... the parking without encountering any more wildlife.
We drove to another parking next to historic Maligne Lake Chalet and had some hot food in there. Then we walked another loop named after Mary Shaffer, an early explorer of Rocky Mountains. During the second hike we only encountered a bunch of red squirrels and a ton of mushrooms.
Then we drove back to Medicine Lake, found a trailhead near it ...
... casualties in the form of skin loss and a little blood from the 5 and 7 year olds. The adults were very brave and sturdy. Matt and Jen are in full swing with distraction techniques and Julie is learning quickly.
During our hike a marmot came to check what we were up to, realised we were not particularly interesting and kept on its way. Walking back downhill along the track gave us a good chance to view Cavell Lake, which was behind us ...
... to pull you out. But then there was no cell service either. Of course on every switchback I got to meet an oncoming car. I just wanted the whole bloody road to myself. Just purrfect for an old lady with anxiety. By the time we got to the top I was shaking after I parked the car and felt nauseous. I popped a wee bit of a Xanax and then we off to see the prize. We walked the path and it was super hot up there. ...
... people on with special “booties” provided since that glass floor can’t be replaced. Next, we were allowed to take any and all of our belongings along with us and take as many pictures as we liked. At the GC, nothing is allow to be carried on and the only pictures are ones that you can buy.
We left the parking lot about 10:30AM and drove 44 miles of one of the most beautiful highways in the world to Athabasca Falls. Now, ...
... a "scream" He made the commentary extremely interesting while we were negotiating the rapids, trying to avoid being wet with the 4 deg C (bloody cold) water.
Traversed down the river with no one falling in (thank god).
The scenery was spectacular. I know we are using that word frequently, but it really is and cannot find other words to adequately describe it !