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... brought down by the glacial flow, lined on either side with boulders and rugged rocks( yes I can write it, even if I can't say it ! ) the power of the glacier was starting show herself.
As the path started to climb the penny started to drop, we were heading up to towards the virtually hidden glacier in the distance. Not quite the simple stroll first imagined. Onward and upward, over stepping ...
... genuine Indian headdress, very cool.
Donkey loved the Christmas shop and he didn't want to leave so he tried hiding among some friends in the shop. It was an amazing place, I haven't seen anything like it in Aus. The walk back up to the Hotel and past the Bow River took about 20mins so we needed a relax before a Canadian Western Hoedown in the ...
... The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith; The History of the Rain by Niall Williams; The Girl who Saved the King of Sweden by Jonas Jonasson
LEN - The Hobbit
DYLAN - The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness
PADDY - A man in Love by Karl ove Knaughsgaard
KITTY - Buckle and Squash by Sarah Courtauld
That's all from me. I am looking forward to seeing everyone and hope all is well,
... where we had stayed on the way up to Jasper. We made it in good time, via the visitor centre to ask questions about tomorrow’s activities, and quickly got tea sorted out. A few games of Uno and some sorting out of our plethora of photos from the last few days put paid to the last few hours before bedtime and we laid our heads down on a thoroughly lazy, laid-back day. Back in action tomorrow, we promise!!
... jump (our trademark shot) – she kept mistiming it and making us look like penguins. We all had a good laugh and we quietly deleted all her attempts…better luck next time.
Having been ferried back down to the visitor centre, we embarked on the second part of our Athabasca experience – the Skywalk. Designed with those visitors that cannot do the icewalk in mind, and opened only in May 2014, it gives a look out over the ...