Kicking Horse River Chalets
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... scenery. He took pictures and many of them turned out great despite being taken from a moving Jeep and by a guy who is still learning how to operate his smartphone camera.
Banff reminded me of Venice: lots (and lots) of people and lot (and lots) of shopping and restaurants. We determined that 1/2 of the US, 1/2 of Europe and 1/4 of Asia were all ...
... So all in all a really great day was spent. It also helped that I had the front seat for one of the runs so that made it even more exciting. In Sunpeaks we hired bikes and cycled up to the top of a mountain reaching the cable car we were going to have our much earned picnic only to be greeted by a whole heavy mob of Mosquitos. They attacked and clung to Nicks anti repellant mosquito top like their lives depended on it. We Had to retreat down the mountain at double ...
... at the Last Spike ( A railway thing) and had a sandwich in the van. Missing my diners already..
We took a few photos of Revelstoke for the kids as that's where they will soon be heading.
After Revelstoke we were going through Rogers Pass so there was a lot of traffic and the majority of it was behind me... Normally its me cussing out the RVs for slowing the traffic...Kaff said " Not much traffic our way!" I said check the mirror ...
After a delicious breakfast prepared by Margaret and a pleasant chat to a lovely couple from just south of Seattle we were on the road for another longish drive. Ross the driver and me the 'reminder' of "Keep right" and navigator with the help of Mable, our lovely but irritating GPS. Where would we be without her though!
Today the drive takes us past some beautiful lakes and later on in the day the start of high mountains and glaciers. Very contrasting and spectacular landscapes. ...
... all our photos onto the memory stick because we had run out of room on the iPad. We had to take a short walk down the road to buy another 16GB memory stick as our one was full. After this we made our way through Mt Revelstoke National Park. We stopped at skunk cabbage board walk and giant cedars boardwalk. They were both absolutely stunning and the tracks were nice, short and easy. We cooked dinner in the under cover ...