Waterfowl Lake Campground
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... They will miss us I think. We have been so lucky to find such a humble little community.
Tues 18th Nov
Today i got a few jobs done, I purchased a new lot of travel insurance, banked cheques, paid another round of rent for Big White and packed my bags. Our last night in the Tannas home, we had a little supper and then Bree and I watched Frozen with the kids until they went to bed. Jon had hockey practice so he ate with us then picked me up on his way home, so ...
- By the time we left home this morning it was more cloud than sun but, being optimistic, Sherwood and I decided to take the gondola to the top of sulphur mountain.
Once at the top we walked across to the Cosmic Ray Station which was built about mid-fifties for Canada to take part ...
Hello All .... We have arrived in Banff on a reasonably cool but clear afternoon, drive from Revelstoke was good the hwy is undergoing a bit of upkeep fresh coat of bitumen and in a couple of places guys were working on the rock walls to help prevent rock falls onto driving cars. This held us up for about 15 min as they cleared the mess. One lane that stretched for a few kms backed up behind us so when we got going we were able to make a bit of distance ...
... on all the railings. The footpaths still had a lot of ice so you really had to watch your step and go slowly, but the place itself was beautiful, not to mention the great view of Peyto Lake, another beautifully coloured glacial lake.
Then finally onto and the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise right on schedule at 5pm. When we checked in we were pleasantly surprised to find out that our room had been upgraded a level, but when we got to the room, the card ...
... face causing a bounce of water and spray.
From here to beautiful Lake Louise and the famous Fairmont Chalet which we strolled through the bottom of. A small room with no view is $500.00 per night. But we wanted a view so knocked it back????
This spot was on Cheryl's bucket list and lived up to expectations.
Booked in to the Lake Louise Inn for the night and put a finishing touch to a great ...