Waterfowl Lake Campground
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... 8217;t be called Emerald Lake for nothing so made the 10 minute detour preparing to once again be amazed!
And amazed we were! You’d think after the last 2 weeks we’d be completely ‘laked’ out, but it’s just physically impossible not to say ‘wow!’ when you turn the bend and see the colour that sits before you.
As the name suggests, a ...
... There was one of each for Dale and Zaya; opera cakes, cream-filled cookies, other petite fours, and lime cheesecakes. I had hand-made marshmallow, brownie with a crispy rice crust topped with chocolate mousse, chocolate covered strawberry, another chocolate cake and cream filled cookies.
Fortunately, what we couldn’t eat they packed up for us to take. We still have desserts waiting to be ...
... It was about 10 metres directly in front of me. To stay I hit the skids wouldn't be right... as soon as my brain had stopped sending the pedal message to my legs we stopped since the road was so steep. Just as I stopped, a car came slowly past me and veered in sort of between me and bear. The bear appeared very unperturbed by these events and continued his slow stroll across the road. Other traffic stopped and the ...
... that has morphed into a huge structure with several large buildings that are a part of the complex. They offer most everything you might need during your stay there.
We then drove through the hotel's golf course that lays below for some fantastic views of the area.
On the way back to the rigs, we stopped to see the Bow Falls – amazing sight!
Tuesday morning we got some washing, and a couple of chores done before we took the ...
... Graham even walked to the very peak to get more photos.
Our last stop and photo opportunity was just down below our hotel to see the Bow River and rapids – a beautiful spot. Today was quite a hot day, nearly 30 I think, and we were pleased to arrive at our majestic old hotel set in the mountains overlooking gushing Bow River meandering down the valley.