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... of others, as there was a 12 point stag with 7 does. We photographed them, we will no doubt bore you all with them, and moved on to buy supper when we rounded the corner and there was another 12 pointer and his assorted wives. More photos, and warnings from Parks Canada that he is dangerous - it is the rutting season - and eventually we bought a cooked chicken and came home. A truly super day.
... the sun to come out to get a nice bright picture but it kept going behind the clouds. We walked round the lake for about half hour to see all the different views it had to offer. It was such a tranquil place. We had seen quite a few lakes and rivers on the drive but this was the best yet and we still had quite a few to go.. after all we are in the national park, most of the attractions are lakes!
The day started with a Sky Tram ride to the top of Mt Whistler where we got our first glimps of Mt Robson, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies at about 10,000ft. We saw a couple of young Elk on the way back to town. We then spent some time visiting a number of the Jasper souvenir shops before returning to the Hotel.
The afternoon and evening ...
We begin our journey home with mixed emotions. Our month in the Rockie Mountains has been very enjoyable and photographically productive. On the other hand, it will be good to be home for a while.
We left Jasper by once again driving the Ice Fields Parkway to Lake Louise. As I commented previously this is a spectacular road and it gave us one ...
... into the lake.
The girls loved the boat ride and were on the back deck most of the way there and back making up stories about the whales, dolphins and mermaids who were following us. We had 10mins on land midway to appreciate the spectacular view of the mountain range and surrounding glaciers. We saw a number of people kayaking on the mirror reflection lake to the camping grounds, as there is no other way to get to them; made for nice ...