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... she was referring to the lake but us girls plumped up our bosoms anyway for good measure!)
The next lake sat directly beneath tall grey cliffs which was popular with rock climbers and cheeky ground squirrels! Amazingly though, this lake was only a few metres from the first one it was completely different. An iridescent green moss clung to the edges and filtered into the brilliant ...
... what is there accentuates the peaks. Vistas on every turn. We spent some time investigating the township of Banff. Would the Tasmanian Government please come here to investigate how well it can work to have a township in the middle of a Unesco heritage area! First up was a visit to a local museum dealing with the local indigenous tribes, their lifestyle, customs, beliefs, craftsmanship and how they survived in their environment. A ...
... on fairly narrow ledges, then up the steepish steps to the lakes at the top. When we started the hike the snow had pretty much stopped, but by the time we got to the top it was coming down pretty hard. The lakes were an awesome blue green colour, which with the snow looked pretty awesome. There was a rock face at the top that is a popular place to learn to rock climb, so we saw a few people up there. The way down ...
... way back I managed to face plant spectacularly whilst trying to be clever and run through the powder... After two strides I failed miserably! Back on the blue bus we were dropped off in downtown where we went for some lunch, but the hangover had kicked in now exercise had stopped, with soph not having the energy or will power to eat much of her pasta and I for once struggled to eat mine. Luckily now we are on the greyhound again for 7hours so can sleep it ...
... background and temprement. A lot of the dogs were siblings and a few were hand picked every season to produce new puppies for the team.
We were lucky enough at the end of the tour to be allow to go in and meet the new puppies, they were about ten weeks old and super cute!
After a good few hours we had to leave but it was amazing to see all huskies and we can't wait to do an actual sled tour with them in the winter...very exciting!!