Econo Lodge Canmore
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Travel Blogs from Canmore
... in the form of several kilometres of the trans canada highway being covered in black ice. But my bed has never felt so good. Some family friends were staying up in Canmore, so I was greeted at the door by a dog named babouche. Sander and Anne had wine, cheese, shrimp and a full dinner ready for me when I arrived. It was a wonderful to be welcomed home, and not come in to an empty house. The next few days were a blur of people and things to do. Is ...
9.00am We only had 1 hour here so we were told to only go to the lower falls or else we'd be walking back to Banff. This is what our tour guide/bus driver jokingly said. I like his sense of humour.:) The trail on the lower falls is one way & about half a mile one way. About a little over one mile there & back at an elevation 4200 ft above sea level. ...
... Michael will be so excited. More on that later.
Sobey’s did not have waters or sliced cheese so Mike stops in Walmart. Not much bottled water there either. I am starting to believe that only tourists in these parts buy bottled water. We are in an area of pure water. Why would locals buy the bottled? On one of my trips back to the RV I see our slides open. Not a good sign. The mat and runner are outside the RV. Definitely ...
... for winter. Fingers crossed!
Once we left the Fairmont, we did our grocery shopping and headed home. It was family dinner night and Brad cooked burgers, prepared salad and ice cream and cookie sandwiches for dessert. It was a lovely dinner and a perfect last meal to have with Vincent. It will be very sad to see him go back home to Quebec :(
So now it is back to work today... But! It is less than three weeks till my birthday!!!
Until next time ...
We arrived on a sunny afternoon in Canmore, after a gorgeous drive through the Kootenay and Banff National Parks. The water in the rivers here is a brilliant ice/glacier blue. It almost looks cloudy until you see that you can see the rocks on the bottom of the streams and rivers. The mountains are grey mega rocks overlooking the valley below, they define where the humans live in the valleys below. They change daily with the sun, clouds and rain ...
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