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... none of us fell off.
That evening I met three older Americans from Portland who go on a boy's trip every couple of years. These guy's loved their cigars and had the biggest on's you can imagine. One of them, Phil talked about the three wives he had and Bob said "What about Peggy", "I wasn't married to Peggy, Well if you're going to include Peggy then I've had five wives"
The next night they had a couple of their cigars for me to try. Phil ...
... mountains. On our way out of the park, I stopped a couple of times to
take pictures of some Elk herds – a couple of the males had huge
racks and it was a little disappointing leaving before witnessing
rutting season which was still about three weeks away.
So ends this part of our trip. Stay
tuned for more Further East stories...
- Noticed that in ...
Another early start this morning, after a yummy breakfast is Jasper town we drove up to Maligne Lake and of course it was spectacular and of course I took way too many photos again! Decided to do the boat trip up to the other end of the lake and it was lovely to see the mountains from the water. Took about 1.5 hours and it was lovely to sit and relax and not be hiking anywhere for a change!! Afterward Maligne ...
... Kabel had stashed in the trees. I started off and immediately realized that the supposed trail was a ghost of a thing. With the huge grouping of four mountains to the west of the lake to follow, it would be really hard to get lost. As I tromped through the mushy terrain I sang a song of what I was doing so that I would be loud for any animals nearby. I passed lots of caribou tracks and a few grizzly tracks before the lake showed itself in front of me. I found the ...
... a Man's gun for the very wrong reason of pure sport.
Further down the West coast of Canada the road takes you along the amazing Rocky Mountains and the beautiful Jasper and Banff National Parks.
No matter how elaborately I were to describe the fanstastic views, I cannot do justice to what we saw - true to say that nature in it's raw form really is quite unique and humbling.