Douglas Fir Resort & Chalets
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This morning we woke up in our rickety cabin. Paddy and I had been on a severely wonky sofa bed for three nights and were glad to fold it up for the last time. A final strange breakfast in the camp dining room and we packed up efficiently again.
There are mixed feelings about the holiday being over. I have got such a taste for travel now I …
... in 1907 by 1,000 men working 20 months, are modeled after a tunnel system in Switzerland. Absolutely beautiful views of the mountains were available to us in between the darkness that our travels through the tunnels brought. We descended about 106 feet by the time we exited the Spiral Tunnels. A National-Geographic-Come-Alive experience! 11:00 Sharp! Just saw a dozen or more elk on the shore of the Kicking Horse River!! Unfortunately, we were not fast enough ...
Actually, today was pretty uneventful. A lot of driving. We ended up having Timmie's for breakfast again in Peace River on our way south from Grimshaw. We originally intended to drive through Jasper on Highway 16, past Robson Mountain, but when I checked the firemap for BC before leaving Yellowknife it showed a fire on the highway at Robson. I figured it would be prudent to change our route. We headed south instead ...
Our second time here, parked in Tunnel Mtn. Campground inside of Banff National Park.
Liked our site last time better, as it faced the mountains - this time, they were behind us, and we would have had to go into the road to see them, but still, a beautiful place to be.
Spent some time in the town centre of Banff on our first day, and on our second day we drove along Bow River Parkway (1A) to Lake Louise Ski Area, where we ...
... is a source of great pride to the locals. It is a large and growing cultural centre for art, artists, musicians and mountain enthusiasts which hosts many festivals attended by people from all over the world. We saw a curious deer wandering between the cabins, which only goes to show just how wide is its cultural appeal!
At Surprise point we had a wonderful view across to our hotel and we also saw a collection of Douglas Firs. At Tunnel ...