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... next destination, the Athabasca Falls, had us enjoying some informative facts about the area and wildlife by the local park rangers. Elk are quite common in the area and every year they spend 5 months growing antlers which they then shed and start growing all over again the next year. It is illegal to take the antlers out of the park as they disintegrate and provide a great source of nutrients for the earth and smaller wildlife. There are also Caribou which ...
... from the one in Banff, it was clean but could do with a lot of fixing up.
One of the real stand outs over here is the number of Motor homes and five wheelers and the huge size of them, some as big as our house, not many caravans, and the length of the trains, nothing to have 200 carriages being pulled, amazing.
Well! one week has gone already, but what we have seen has been just ...
... and framed to hang on the wall in their home -- a photo that connects to them in some meaningful way.
In pursuit of that one outstanding photo each day Julie and I have walked a lot of trails with us both engaged in gibberish just so we're making noise to alert any bears in the area. I've walked through marshes, scrambled down steep paths, and rock hopped to get to what I thought was an ideal ...
... where near as large as some, but this in turn made it more accessible as we were able to walk around and along the river. Also it meant that we could take it all in easier than some of the canyons where the scale has been so vast it almost becomes like a painting. At the end of the walk Ni even said “that was better than the Grand Canyon”.
We had a lot to cram in today so we hotfooted our way to the Skytram. Here we had a bit of a fiasco ...
... in mind, so we won't even try to describe it. Instead, here are some pictures to enjoy!