Elizabeth Lake Lodge
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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 ...
It is interesting for the both of us as we are so familiar with the Ukrainian Village where they very painstakingly go to great lengths to hide things of the modern day world. We did not get that sense of being transported to the past as much as either of us had hoped. Fire hydrants were out in the open and undisguised in any way and even in the buildings, modern wiring and smoke detectors were clearly visible. This being said, we ...
... Birch, Douglas Fir and Spruce. There are no shakes here much too cold. The trees that were dead were killed by the Rocky Mountain pine beetle. Upper Saint Mary Lake was 8-9 miles long. It is a glacier lake. There was Sunrift Gorge and Curly Bear Mountain. Climbing in the park is allowed but frowned upon. Peace pipes came from the tribes. Tribes did not speak the same language but got along with sign language sat down and smoked. The Canada Goose nested in Wild Goose ...
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We then went inside to follow the museum exhibits down each level where each had a different theme. The life of the ...
... br> We rode in windy, hilly country with 70 MPH speed limits so we stopped often for gas as I did not want to risk running out of gas. At one stop, my gas bill was $2.69. Anyone who rides a bike or travels in isolated areas knows the inconvenience of running out of gas far outweighs the inconvenience at each stop, but I still get frustrated. i wonder why we can't we just use a ...