BEST WESTERN Pocaterra Inn
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... and I saw this one peak that had what appeared to be a piece sticking up. I mentioned that it was bugging me and I wanted to reach up there and snap it off. A few minutes later as we caught site of the mountain from a new angle as the road turned I felt like it looked more like a middle finger and I could have some appreciation for that so I said I didn’t want to snap it off anymore. Then still a few minutes down the road I saw that now it looked ...
... cold lake. I remember Don and the kids throwing ice into the water that had washed against the shore and it reminded me again that none of us knew at that time that Don would not live to do that hike again himself. It was a second reminder to me that every moment has immeasurable value and is not retrievable once gone. As I rounded the bend and approached the overlook I was in for my 3rd reminder of the day of the many ways opportunity ...
Another OMG day and another first! A 30min helicopter ride over Canmore and The Rockies! The day didn't start well as there were lots of clouds, but they were all low and the helicopter ride was above them. It was spectacular scenery, miles and miles of mountains, beautiful green blue lakes and glaciers! We even spotted 2 mountain goats on one of the ridges. I managed to get a little video of the start of ...
... Glacier, but having done that in the past we chose not to do it today.
By the time we reached Banff the clouds were starting to part showing blue sky and some sun. Banff National Park has a different look to it although it is just a continuation of Jasper. Many of the mountains have glaciers on them and the landscape is dotted with lakes and blue-green rivers. Waterfowl Lake and Bow Lake are two that ...
... of Banff. Back towards town we went to the Bow Waterfalls behind the Banff Springs Chalet - again a great amount of water flowing through this waterfall. Coup de grace for the day was the Gondola up to the top of Mt Sulphur. It is only a 6 minute but very steep ride, but a 360 degree view of Banff and the surrounding mountains - spectacular! It was very busy so we really didn't have much ...