Lady Macdonald Country Inn
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... rise tonight. The road turns into gravel and it’s very dusty and you can’t even see the road at points from the dust being kicked up by other cars. The drive takes you all the way up the mountain to the tower that we can see from our room. It seems very industrial up there but there seem to be hiking trails. We did not go all the way and turned around and came back down.
It was 4:30 and we decided to return to the hotel ...
Today we were not lazing around as we were booked to do an exciting adventure - a visit to the local sled dog kennels to see the dogs and puppies. We met at the shop in town and followed the tour bus out to the kennels just outside of town. On arrival the dogs all started barking as they knew there were lots of willing humans just waiting to fuss them. The boys and girls are in separate enclosures and firstly we were in with the girls. They all have their own ...
... had all seen pictures and heard of the beauty of the lake, none of us were prepared for what we saw. We hiked all of the way around to the right side of the lake.
We then visited Moraine Lake which was also quite a sight. We got lucky, as the road to this lake was closed earlier in the day. On our descent from Lake Louise, it was reopened.
A great day. This area easily exceeded our ...
... realise the other was even traveling in the area! Our last day with Jarrod and also our last full day traveling was to be spent at the Calgary Stampede. The Calgary stampede is like the Melbourne show, a big fair event with different attractions to see. The stampede includes a rodeo which we were all very keen on going to see. After a having a much needed sleep in back in Banff (we needed it and also Jarrod who had just finished 9 straight days of working) we jumped ...
... search for a grill upon which we could cook our hot dogs. Apparently Canadian parks don’t believe in that sort of thing though and we ended up at the Columbia Icefields visitor center and restaurant for lunch. I mean this in the least culturally insensitive way possible, but it felt like we were back in Beijing. Andrew’s turkey sandwich came with chopsticks. For real. Needless to say, we didn’t wait in the hour long line to get a ...