Waterfowl Lake Campground
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... by the 3 creepy hitchhikers we saw on the way up. I mean who the hell hitchhikes up a mountain at night in the dark. There is nothing up there. So I think when he pulled over to pick them up and I freaked out he took off and then was thinking about that and then heard a noise and his mind took over. All I know is that it was really one of those nights when you get scared and it sticks with you. So I grabbed a few shots and we left and headed back to the room. ...
This by far has been our favourite national park, the scenary is stunning and every drive a delight as you go through tree and mountain lined roads.
Our first stop was at the Wapta Falls, which is a lovely meander through the forest to a massive waterfall which is pushing tons of water over a huge expanse of a river into a valley. The result is stunning aqua water turning white and rushing over the falls before ...
... of a car jam and people everywhere. Beccy said there was probably wildlife on the side of the road. Sure enough there were a couple of deer! So you do see them at times. I managed a snap and I can work out where the deer are in the photo, but Peter struggled.
We decided to catch the bus into Banff for dinner. I had picked out a restaurant in the main street named 'The Grizzly House' - Steak and ...
... lungs, dicky hip and ****** knee I'm happy say I made it all the way there and back without too much winging! Some of the photos we got are just great, but of course never really do justice to what you actually see. We got back to the Chateau about 3 hours and 10 mins after leaving, so we were more then ready for a cold beer and cider out on the terrace. The weather today was just spectacular - couldn't have ...
... Bow Valley Grill, we joined some of our fellow travellers for a canoeing tour on the Bow River. After receiving our gear and instructions, about 10 of us set about paddling down this beautifully calm river. All was going well with our guide keeping us well informed when the skies opened and not just rain, - hail and one clap of thunder. The thunder was the sign to turn around and return to the landing asap ...