Econo Lodge Canmore
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... the difference.” (because there are a lot less loud nature ruining idiots on that one)
Although I am truly thankful for all of those rude disruptive tourists because it because of them that we took that path. It was a great hike and so many fabulous views to be had that we would have missed if we only did the viewpoint. It made me consider how often I do take the path everyone else takes and paused for a moment to consider all that is around ...
... of Icefields Parkway. We didn’t want to be in the mountains after dark with 2 large vehicles full of people and luggage. It was 2 days earlier when we came across a vehicle destroyed by the side of the road, blood everywhere and the whole roof caved in. Likely they had an encounter with an elk or other large animal and everyone lost. Very sad to consider the lives possibly lost in that one moment on a dark rainy road…the same ...
... something different to look at ( and photograph!!!!) And those mountains!!!! Oh my gosh! We just never get tired of looking at those mountains! They are just magnificent in every way!!! And so our last dinner was spent in the Larkspur Lounge in the Rimrock, looking out at that beautiful mountain and remembering all the good times we have had here over the years! From our friendly "turn down service" when ...
... it’s the only town in the Rockies to be completely surrounded 360 degrees by mountains, and incredible mountains they were!
Shortly after we came to the two emerald green lakes which make up the Grassi Lakes. The first pool was unbelievably clear and seemed to have a coral reef effect at the bottom. When we had our photo taken the lady simply said "wow, it looks fake!" (We ...
... a car park for a few minutes. I did speak to my saviour driver, Steve, and thanked him. I also said that most of my Aussie friends wouldn't believe that after grinding 7 km uphill I could still nearly sideswipe a bear. So Steve kindly gave me his number. Any of you doubters want his phone number?
When I got going again, I crested Bow Pass (elevation: 2,067 metres) and continued on to the next campground. Again ...