Treetops Banff Bed and Breakfast
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... Calgary. We'd been coyote-spotting on the Drumheller trip without success so we were pretty happy to see one. It's possible we're easily excited by seeing animals - we get excited every time we see a squirrel or a giant white bunny on the front lawn.
We arrived at the hotel around 12.30, the room wasn't ready so we took a walk through the town. Lots of shops and restaurants - we found a nice Mexican place for something to eat. It was almost dark ...
... a great evening. We decided to all meet up the next day and hang out.
We ended up going into Banff for a bit then taking a little hike on the fenland loop trail. Only a short one which was just as well as it was really very cold. The low of the day was -30, the lowest temperature I have ever experienced. The walk was a lot of fun and it was nice to do it with other people. By the time we had looped round to the start of the trail we had pretty much ...
... by the Canada Parks Warden!!
Finally at Lake Louise wanting a sandwich for lunch. It was completely overrun with Chinese!! We got the said sandwich and decided to eat it at the lake. Another drive at top speed of 50kmh!! When we arrived the place was very crowded, I had assumed that we would be almost on our own. How wrong could I ...
... glide of a ride. Fog and light over the mountains at a distance resembled heaven as on might envision it. Mary said if it takes a ride like that to get there, she's not interested! Bow Falls Hoodoo - While we were glad to see the hoodoo, it paled greatly in comparison to the hoodoos of the canyons out west in the U.S. While, granted, they are formed differently and out of different rock and mineral the Hoodoos of Bryce Canyon and others ...
... here, the water from the creek flows into rivers, which, eventually, flow into the oceans. Along the way, and right here in Lake Louise, the water is purified and used for consumption and energy. I only bother to mention this because in addition to making vivid the beauty of such natural phenomenons, as the lakes, the mountains and the glaciers, this trip reminds one of our dependence upon the many gifts of nature - something that is too often forgotten! Now, ...