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... We only managed about half an hour before the rain threatened us enough to make it sensible to turn back. It was lovely having the older kids go on ahead with the others while Conrad and I came behind with Ashton at his own pace. It was great having him walking, playing happily with a stick he picked up and occasionally stopping to poke it into the ground at rocks. Such a treat for him to be left alone to go at his own pace and not be ...
... from. Fiji, was the answer. The two groups chatted for a few minutes, then went back to their individual conversations in their native tongues. The whole language arena is one where I’ve always believed that U.S. education comes up short.
The town of Banff (population 6,000) is actually totally within the Banff National Park. It apparently was set up by the government years and years ago – and came to be viewed as a mistake, having a town in the park. You have ...
... up as the ground was shaking! Then the downpour came – enormous raindrops pounding into the roof of our van, making a terrific racket. If ever there was a morning for pulling the blankets up around your nose and smugly wallowing in the cosiness of bed while everything outside gets wet and cold, it was this one!
We only got up at 11am because we had to check out of the campsite then, otherwise I reckon ...
... of sightseeing.. canyons, falls, train track history...the freight trains are up to 3 kms long, hundreds of wagons.....there is a spiral track through a mountain where we saw the same train entering, leaving and going back in while there was still a Km of the train to start the tunnels. We stayed in the Chateau at Lake Louise which is known as Canada's "Diamond in the Wilderness". Our room overlooked the lake which is a picture postcard ...
Our long drive to Banff began with a trip to the Log barn, an extremely odd place! It is home to the goat walk. Hard to explain but basically the goats have a ramp from their pen that they walk along until they reach the top where there is a pully aystem with a wheel.
People pay 25c for some corn kernals and put them in the tin at the bottom of the pulley. The goat proceeds to use ots ...