Farview Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... of RV's and cars.
We are now in our house on wheels getting ready for bed. Jenny is about to have a shower. We have a shower and a toilet and we have been able to connect the water, electricity and the sewer line just like professionals.
Jenny seems to be doing everything. She has driven all afternoon and then she cooked dinner. We had vegies with sausages and steak covered in lashings of gravy from a tin. Great meal!
... glaciers, guys without their shirts on next to glaciers, the usual. After a nap or two (on my part) we finally arrived in Golden. Now we're going for a swim and then dinner at the closest restaurant we can find because none of us want to go back in a car anytime soon. Tomorrow we continue our journey to Lake Louise and I get to move into my new home for the next few weeks! Until then I'll just be chilling in Golden. Asking people about their showers and ...
... as you walk through the building. The film shows images from all over Canada and the various parks. Outside the buildings you can see were once the hot springs pool was and a small hot pond -- again, stinky hot pond!
Now seriously behind schedule we decide ...
... in our little Mazda 2, we reached (another) lake called Two Jacks. Even though it was on a major road it was incredibly peaceful. We spent some time there sitting by the lake edge and playing in the sand. How cute. Further along the lake we saw a tiny island. Our Bear Grylls skills came into gear again and we decided to explore. We made it over to the island by balancing across a fallen tree, where we played around in the water and took some photos. On our ...
... br> We had intended to leave by 9.30 am, but it was closer to 9.40 am by the time we pulled out of the campground. The Kicking Horse Mountain Resort was about 15 km along a twisty mountain road. We bought our tickets for the chairlift and then went up to look for Boo, the local grizzly.
As we were going up the lift, a little girl on her way down called over to let us know that Boo was right up at the gate. Sure enough, when we got to the top of the hill, there ...