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... to choose from so took a photo of four pair for her to choose from.
We then went across the road to Tony Roma's for dinner, went online and chatted again and she suggested we try for a deal if we bought two pair but decided on one if that didn't work. Went back to shop and tried but the girl said she couldn't do deals without approval from her boss. She tried to ring boss but no answer so just bought the one pair.
We then caught bus back to ...
... it was awesome to hang around with a bunch of Aussies again! James has been over here teaching football, netball and cricket and is about to do a snow season at Panorama. He applied for jobs at Big White but didn't get anything. Pano should be fun for him though and thats the mountain where Grace did a winter too. I got rid of my old board bag to him too because he didn't have one, so that was handy! The next morning we got up and left early around 7 and went on our way.
- Thought you might all like to see what we woke up to this morning!! Canadian weather forecasters are no better than any others!!
... 5,310 feet above sea level, as we left the province of Alberta and entered British Columbia, bid farewell to Banff National Park and, once again, greeted Yoho National Park. From this point on, the waters started traveling in a westerly direction and flowing into the Pacific Ocean, as opposed to the waters we visited up to this point, which traveled east and into the Atlantic. And, of course, the time changed to Pacific Time (three hours behind home)! We got another ...
... we then set off to explore the Lake Minnewanka area to the East of Banff. Here we spent some time by the lake (in gale force winds) looking at the turquoise water before coming across more Big-Horned Sheep, this time we saw some males who have very big horns indeed, in fact they are pretty big all round.
The evening back at the hostel was spent writing up blogs and backing up photos.
J & N
Sunny, cloudy, ...