The Poplar Inn
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Day with the boys (Matt, Matt, Jason).
Rented bikes $40.
Rode to lake Johnson.
Ride there was epic, so hard.
Matt nearly got collected by a elk when going down hill.
Parked ourselfs on a bench on the park and had a few drinks, games and ...
... as a spot of ice skating. Riley was SUPER keen to do this, but let's just say he will be in no rush to have another shot at it. It ended in tears - and a sore arm, head and butt.
No time for lunch, we were off to do some dog sledding. This is what I was most excited about - and it was everything and more that I hoped it would be.
We spent some time patting the dogs. I was surprised at that. I thought they'd be treated as working dogs and we'd be kept at ...
The autumn colours are now really beginning to be wonderful. Hard to know if we would have been better to have seen fewer places but seen the ones we did see in more depth.
Canada is SO huge that I think it is I think it is impossible to do it Right. We have done it as we have and it has been wonderful.
... mountains and valleys. After 2 hours of hiking uphill, we finally made it to a mountaintop, where some Swiss guides built a tea house as a rest stop for hikers. We had some tea, soup and sandwiches up there, and rested to get ready for the hike down. The food was pretty expensive, but it's understandable, since all the ingredients have to be carried up by the stuff of pack horses daily. After ...
... Brodie emerged with a saucepan to make enough noise to send the bear away.
No sooner had the bear loped back into the woods, I took my empty glass over to Brodie. Me: "Any chance of another beer?" Brodie: "Oh no, mate, we won't be seeing him again."
We slept well that night although a few of us wondering if bears can open door latches as that's all that separated us from the outside world as we slept.