Econo Lodge Canmore
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... neat stones by the water.
We went for a drive around the Banff Springs golf course, searching out some wildlife. Johnny has played golf there a few times and once had to wait for a bear to leave the green before completing his hole! We saw some more elk and white tail deer, a few elk stags were sitting on the golf course and a short while later saw a group of a dozen cows and one stag sitting down. Melvyn, Cam and Matty got ...
... cell phones much due to the $1 cost per minute, but we anticipated being able to stay in touch using the Web. Not so. We did have WiFi at our first stop, but the campground in Canmore where we spent 6 days had lousy service. We were only able to get online a couple of hours the very first day. The other 5 days: absolutely nothing. The campground has signs that they’ve been trying to get the city to upgrade its WiFi service, but at this point it’s virtually worthless.
... could take a boat down. The local boat tour operator was therefore struggling, but was an excellent businessman. He went off in his boat one day and told people he was off to catch the monster. Lo and behold, seven days later, he returned with a 'monster’ in his boat. This got people very excited. He allowed them to see the monster (for 5c apiece) and took them on boat tours to the place where he caught the monster (for a further ...
... Both were busy so it was obviously popular!!
After queuing for a while and deciding on flavours, I had Oreo and Mint and Phil had Caramel and Cherry. Wow. They were like ice cream. So thick and very tasty!! We sat on a picnic table whilst we drank them. They were like a full meal and Phil just about finished his, I left a tiny bit in the bottom! But they were delicious. We struggled walking back as we were so full!! The sun was out too and really hot, so we were glad when ...
So many Australians living and working in Banff. Lots of itinerant workers in here as it is almost entirely a tourist town in a National Park, there are no family homes as such, you are not allowed to own a place here unless you work here.
It is a lovely place, it is no wonder there are so many Aussies.
Our first day here we walked through town just to familiarise ourselves. Nothing much.
On the next day ...