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... around. Hopefully we will be able to return to this lovely part of our world.
DAY 4: BANFF to CALGARY.
Later today we are off to Calgary to wait for Emma and Juris to fly in from Regina. Wen and I are really looking forward to seeing them again and spending a couple of weeks with them.
All for now. More Travel stories to share soon.
Jeff and Wendy
... He washed up so I suppose he earned it! There was not much else to do so we just went through some pics and watched a few episodes of 24 on the laptop from the comfort of our dorm room bunk beds!
The next morning we got up early to ensure we could make the most of the day. After a breakfast boost of beans on toast we drove to the first stop of the day, ...
... saw forecasts for rather warm weather before we left Calgary but it's been pretty chilly, not cresting 50 degrees anywhere since Lake Louise. The colors of the lakes are caused by rock flour ground into microscopic particles by glaciers. This helps with refraction from the sun, making the colors so pretty. Ate dinner the second night at Fiddle River. Delicious ...
We begin our journey home with mixed emotions. Our month in the Rockie Mountains has been very enjoyable and photographically productive. On the other hand, it will be good to be home for a while.
We left Jasper by once again driving the Ice Fields Parkway to Lake Louise. As I commented previously this is a spectacular road and it gave us one ...
... dry (now we can see mum M smiling)!
Moving on to Peyto Lake, the view is from a height and the guidebook is correct…too many people. So we ventured quickly to the trail and commenced the ascent through trees and wild flowers, basking in the surrounding mountains and glaciers. Yes the girls broke out in ‘Climb Every Mountain’. Julie saw a vantage point up a rather steep and rocky hill and encouraged Jen ...