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... Becky's balancing wasn't as good as Jeff's and she fell into the knee-deep water. Vans and jeans soaked. Epic fail.
The next day we took a drive along the Bow Valley parkway on a mission to find more wildlife. We succeeded and got up close and personal with a HUGE grizzly bear. This time we sensibly stayed in the car. Some other people, predominately children, got out of their cars to follow the bear along the road. One word = tools. As we ...
... making homemade burgers. Shellie and I had planned for a quiet night as we desperately needed to catch up with our blog but Deej and Stains soon corrupted us, well I say us, Deej and Shellie consumed lots of peach and pomegranate cider while myself and Stains joined in the laughs still drinking tea. It was a fun night involving dancing, face paint cheetahs and moustaches! Before we knew it, it was 2am but a wicked night - thanks girls. Shem ...
... walking along the perimeter.
It turns out that the Wildlife Refuge is also quite popular with the local mosquitoes. They were everywhere!
Although the official tour was not due to start until 11 am, one of the guides, Kyle, immediately came over to welcome us and tell us a bit about Boo, and grizzlies in general. It was a very interesting talk, in spite of the distracting bugs.
With it being a Saturday (albeit a rainy one), we were worried ...
... nice voice." They were all listening pretty intently until the line "I wish you would always look at me how you do when you've been drinkin," when the chef loudly laughed declared for the entire patio to hear, "I want that to be my wedding song!" And she didn't stop talking, er, yelling, for the rest of the night. Mark, the gentleman who provided me the Crown, kept sushing her, unsuccessfully. Pretty quickly the entire group was in conversation again. But, as ...
... we would be sleeping in a quincy!
We started up the snowmobile walking in only our snow boarding boots (mine of course were leant to me by a mate...) and soon decided that it was a futile plan. Though the snow was only about knee high it was so soft that each step felt like an effort. The weight of our packs didn't help and simply made us sink deeper into the snow. So 30m down the track we donned our snow shoes and continued. It is a curious ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting