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... his rich clients. He boasted that the lake was a fine fishing hole. Little did he realize that glacier fed lakes have no native fish. Soooo Fred brought brook trout up to the lake, a distance of 60 kilometers (37 miles) from Jasper up to the lake by horseback, the fish riding in barrels. He stocked the lake once, the fish thrived, and the lake has never had to be stocked again.
Our boat tour was outstanding. A nice smooth ride 14 ...
... wait your turn to take your Lake Louise selfie! I am sure every other one of the 10,000 people at Lake Louise would say the same thing about us, but it would have been nice to have a few less people there.
Lake Louise to Ice Fields - start to see some very impressive glaciers and less impressive people who get out of their cars to photograph the bears (we saw one of the bears - a tawny ...
... taking lay beautiful. I took a tram ride to the top of Jasper and forgot my camera in the car. Oh we'll it was a wonderful nostalgic ride as I had done this same ride with my parents and brother when I was 17. Then Glenn and I saw Athabaska River and it is turquoise because it is all glacier melt. The mountains have ...
... Lenny hiked around the river loop and I headed to the 'Tea House' to update you all on our travels thus far. I do apologize for our slowness on blog posts but our connection is limited, which is a blessing to disconnect but sucks for our readers because I know you're waiting in suspense, similar to those waiting for Netflix to post the next season of your fav show-yes, we are that entertaining ;)So this Tea House, I was expecting to be an actual house selling ...
... It also means there will probably be no photos with this blog but again we will remedy that soon.
The place we are staying is on Lake Patricia and either resembles the setting for where the WW2 POWs were kept and escaped from, or an idillic lakeside bijoux village, depending on one's outlook and the time of day. There is a magnificent turquoise lake to swim in (I managed a casual front crawl to the other side and back today) surrounded ...