Days Inn & Suites Revelstoke
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Thursday, August 7
We are off again this morning heading toward Banff. anxious to go but sad to say goodbye to our family and friends. It was a lovely drive and we reminisced about places we remembered like the gas station diner we ate at in Canmore after our wedding reception because we were starving and hadn't had time to eat the great food that was there. Things had changed but ...
... 24 hours 45 cm. Seeing the roads and later skihill I would even guess much more.
The entire town was upside down, but a little differently than typical European would think. People do not worry here how to get to work, they worry how to get to the skihill! I am not really joking:-) This is how it really goes here . Skihill was packed from the early morning, nobody wants to miss it. Everybody in town waits for powder skiing, and when it comes , work and ...
Got up and drove to the public beach on the lake where we had a big cooked breakfast. It was pretty fresh out but the sky was bright blue! Took a short drive in the country through a few local farms then headed to the Radium Hot Springs for a swim. They had 2 large pools, one hot and one cold. It was a nicer pool than in Banff and 2 times the size, but it still didn't have much originality to it and was ...
... seemed to end. We had to work had for it through technical rocky and rooty trails - but it was worth it. Just as we got back and leaned the bikes against Bessy and went inside, two guys rode past and one said 'that's so sick'...which if you weren't born in the last few decades means really good. With some of the challenges on this trip it is easy to sometimes think and worry about what might go wrong, but what I really believe is that we are so fortunate to be ...
... and wonderful craftsmanship. Norman Sansom who spent over 30 years climbing up and down Sulphur Mountain doing meteorological readings and studies was also a long term curator and really built the displays still on show today. Over his lifetime he travelled over 32,000km collecting, studying and committing his life to this passion and purpose. The displays are predominantly animals, birds and some insects with a good taxidermy job and considering these are 80 to over 100 years ...