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... Parkway and the series of National Parks along the way. We first went through Jasper National Park which was very pretty. We stopped to see Athabasca falls which was not a very tall falls but very intense. At this stop we realized quickly how popular of a tourist area this roadway was! It was crazy how any people there were in these different pull off areas. We couldn't even find any where to park pulling the trailer in a few areas. Besides the ...
... already 2:30.”
We walk along the boardwalk and the next building of interest in the Tin Shop. It says “open” but a sign in the window says “gone for lunch.” Jim turns the door knob – it is locked. We continue along the boardwalk. Across the street there is a school teacher doing an introduction to school at Fort Steele. We watch from the bench we have found but do not join in. The wagon full of ...
... to make the most of it! Brayden (Marks son from a previous marriage that lives with his Mum) was playing hockey in Cranbrook on the Saturday so we planned our weekend around that. Cranbrook is on the other side of the mountains in BC and it took us about 4 hours to get there. We stopped in Fernie for lunch at a pub type of place. There was snow around and of course the mountains were covered. It was just ...
... students from Calgary and others were welcome. We were not the only extra there either as a woman from the USA then carried on with the group.
The speaker ...
... which I ignore because I'm visiting. As I'm leaving, it turns out that Tracy has been trying to contact me. Her bike, Sally, won't start. Drat.
She gives me directions to get onto Hwy 22 to head to the Pass. It was the scenic route, which I was glad to get. Uncle had given me the same route, but Tracy was able to give me the directions out of town.
At least,that's what I thought. She had me ...