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... canyon was very impressive and as usual at these tourists spots most people don't venture much further than the car park. Of course there was some more geocaching involved on the long walk along the canyon and river but apart from a bit of drizzle the rain disappeared. We visited a number of other lakes around the area all very scenic and quiet and we concluded that most people were heading back home to Edmonton. Jasper is suppose ...
... off in the Whistlestop pub on Jasper’s central plaza for a local beer (Kokanee – apparently it’s what all the locals drink).
And after that excitement, we were exhausted so headed back to camp, to ‘The Burrow’, as we’ve nicknamed our van. It’s small and cosy and already feels very homely, so we felt it was our little burrow to come home to and rest and relax. We made a very quick and easy ...
... time. Her car was quite badly damaged and she was waiting for a tow. The bear was so healthy. We were allowed to take a photo. One of the Ranger's was quite distressed at it's death as she had been watching it since Spring. Luckily no humans had been injured. We have been so luck with the weather today. A perfect day for travelling and seeing the Rockies. We arrive at Jasper late, but the night is clear and it is a lot warmer than on the ...
... with some shots and beers. When we get up to leave Isaac gives us each a liter bottle of Sutter Hill Pil. We had a great time in this friendly bar. We may see one of our new friends when he comes out to Burning Man,
We walk back to the house about midnight to find the front door locked! At first I think Lee is kidding about it being locked. we knock on the door , then ring the doorbell. About ...
... talkies later and two guys emerged with fire extinguishers to douse it.
The trouble, of course, with electrical fires is that even though you put out the flame, you haven't fixed the problem that caused the wires to combust, but eventually the insulation burned through and the circuit breaker tripped, so it all calmed down. They debated calling the fire department, and I has visions of them turning up and waving pink streamers to ward off the danger, ...
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