Rocky Mountain B&B
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... But they were so friendly and were keen for some attention. One liked to try and pull our gloves off - the youngest were only nine months old so still playful. They were Alaskan huskies, bred for the cold, and a hard-wired desire to pull sleds! The barking and howling was deafening as the preparation for the trip started - the dogs were more excited than us.
Riley and I shared a sled. I sat at the back, he leaned into me - then we were covered with a sleeping ...
... down. I started walking with a mum (incidentally, I just typed mom... erm, what?) and her son. It turned out he's in training for the Olympic speed skating. and I'm hiking a mountain with him. Facepalm. So while me and mum are red faced and puffing, he skips off ahead and takes one of the very steep short cuts between the trail switch backs. we catch up with him about five minutes later and take the next short cut with him. It was so steep, more of a ...
... chocolate and headed back down then had to wait for 40 mins for the bus. Had dinner at the restaurant and a Thanksgiving menu was on the go which I had - pumpkin soup very nice slightly different flavour to ours, Roast turkey, cranberry sauce, veg and garlic mashed potato and gravy yum and then pumpkin pie - very sweet and a coupe reds.. While I was having dinner was checking FB and saw Matt Sinclair's page post of him talking to Jenny which was absolutely tearfully joyful to ...
... are here now. Ahhh the Fox great location but all the rooms have a joining doors to the next room,these act like a funnel for the noise between rooms and around 2am the rabbits next door started up.
This morning we asked for a room change due to the noise but were told all the rooms had adjoining doors, we were also told that our neighbours are leaving tomorrow. I found my earplugs, so we should be able to handle another night of ...
... it all, we managed to travel through Banff National Park and cross the border of Alberta to British Columbia toward territory new to us, Yoho National Park. So, we did leave the Lake Louise area!! Although, we suspected we might travel close to it, once again, when we headed south toward Banff later in the day. For the time being, however, we were on our way to Takakkaw Falls, the second highest falls in Canada.You will not want to miss our video ...