Mountain Splendour Bed and Breakfast
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... to see, some stunning views though!
I only had a brief chance to wander where we were staying but there was truly something special being somewhere i know my parents stayed early on in their marriage, before kids.
Conrad was up again early hoping to find some other critters but was unlucky again.
The kids are getting really good at helping packing up and getting moving in the morning.
... made famous by Kodak in the seventies apparently when they used it in an advertising campaign. returning down the lake for a BBQ lunch at the shore line cafe. A really enjoyable trip. We got dropped in town so that we could pick up our car, a sleek Chrysler with 6000 on the clock, very nice indeed, but a bit scarey as all the controls ...
... and alluring glory. After wending our way along the quiet 50km road we arrived at the Lake around 9.30am (so we’d still managed to make good time!).
Alas the blue sky that looked so promising in Jasper seemed to have diminished somewhat in the intervening hour or so, but we didn’t let that damp our enthusiasm and we decided to catch the cruise boat down the lake to Spirit Island (to kayak there would have taken pretty ...
... a cliff with a small road running straight down it - which turns out to be the road to the glacier. At a gradient of 32% its the steepest road in North America (or so the tour guide tells us) as we head straight down it. The ride is surprisingly smooth and comfortable although looking at the angle of us compared to everything else feels a bit strange. At the bottom of the hill we drive through a big puddle which washes the dirt off the wheels to keep the glacier ...
... well, up to this point when now, half the roads are wrong - I guess TomTom does not do Canada well. Now, the cold rain started to fall and I needed to fix my bike-rack (there is always something to fix on this trip). But when we got back to camp, it was raining harder and I was worn out. I did a little blogging but the internet was so slow I hardly downloaded any videos or pictures. As I was going to bed, Pooh was busy fixing little things here - and it was ...