Treetops Banff Bed and Breakfast
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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 ...
... a wander around the town, looking in the little shops and checking out a coffee place that a friend from home told me to visit. I then went for a walk down the Bow river towards the falls. It was so pretty. When I got to the falls I sat with my sketch pad and tried to recreate the scenery on paper. I don't think I did too badly but I didn't get it anywhere near finished before it started getting dark and chilly so I headed back down the trail into town.
... with a roadside waterfall, train line with the Canadian Pacific rolling past and a small stream together with lots of banter on the bus. Takakkaw falls was a short walk over a picturesque bridge, a height of 254 metres is the third highest in Canada. We ran out if time to see Emerald lake so will have to google it! Then on to Lake Louise and dodge the ...
... glaciers ( 6 in total ) finally we arrived at the haven of the Tea House and we had a wonderful cup of Tea , mine was a Chai Tea with Lemon Grass and Lindee had an English breakfast coupled with lots of water so that were well stocked for the return journey. On the way down the weather quickly changed and dark clouds rolled in , the temperature started to drop and this was in start contrast to the bright sunshine we had enjoyed on the ascent. Luckily we were prepared for ...
... other potential heavyweight contenders that we'd already seen on this jaw-dropping drive on our way up from Lake Louise to Jasper just a few days earlier. We’d passed by the Columbia Icefields on that occasion at about 2pm when it was incredibly busy, so we vowed that on the return leg we would be there for about 9.30am to try and beat the hoards – particularly the huge bus groups.
We were making especially good time and were ...