Best Western White Wolf Inn
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... a bottle shop and got a few things.
We decided to go to the Whistle Stop Pub to have dinner. Dylan had a bison burger and I had a BLT. I had assumed that Hinton where Jen lives was just near Jasper, but it was actually another 1.5 hours away! lol :-p
When we arrived Jen and her friend had just finished watching a movie. We sat in the kitchen and had a drink and a chat. We made some plans for a hike the following day, then shower and off to ...
... a teenage conspiracy at this point. If I had my way we would have stayed at Pocahontas campground (a Provincial Campground) - a little more rustic, but probably a little more scenic; however I will say that where we ended up is quite beautiful. Lauren even commented that the bathrooms are "uber-clean"..I just started laughing. I had no idea she even new the meaning of that word! But the view is quite awesome, and the ...
... She got back safely.
More great views this morning and we pull into Johnson Canyon for a quick stop. The stream is really rushing, we take a few pictures and off we go.
Just down the road a bus is pulled over. That means animals ahead. OH a bear is crossing the road. Great pictures. Now everyone is stopping, log jam on the Parkway now. More great mountain views with some weather ahead.
We exit the Parkway and stop for gas and propane ...
Next we went to Lake Louise. There was still ice on Lake Louise so it was hard to see the beautiful robin’s egg blue glacial water. All the streams and lakes have that same glacial turquoise coloring. We went into the Fairmont Hotel at Lake Louise. These Canadians do not spare the horses on elaborate and lovely hotels in their parks. Again just like the hotel in Banff, it was lovely. It was not as large as ...
... store owner and endure the female wrath of wrong brands or heaven forbid, change the stock around on the shelves.
While in town, I decided to have the oil changed in the RV. We had got an estimate for this while in Banff at $230 (and they could get to us the next day) which I thought was a BIT too high. The KOA owner had recommended a place called the Outback Express. Having not heard of this as a quick lube ...