Fairmont Mountainside Vacation Villas
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... in front of the ice cream parlor), there were 3 Big Horn Sheep walking town the street and stopping to eat some leaves along the road. While we sat there, 3 more Big Horn Sheep came along and the 6 of them just stood there in the middle of Main Street eating away. It was so awesome to see. And of course, wouldn't you know it, neither of us had our camera. It figures.
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Woke to a beautiful morning, our neighbors from Simi Valley are out and about. I will give credit to the guy, he is walking his dog and cat on a harness. I want to quote Greg's entry from his journal today. "Spectacular is the only word for the scenery on the Icefield Hwy. Majestic, rugged, incredible, awesome, pleasing, soothing, grand, bold. All this to remind me how small and ...
... with dogs. The couple now have about 10 wolves and wolf dogs that they use to educate people about the importance of the species and the conservation of the land that they live on. (They do not breed them just rescue them) I thought it was really interesting even if the place was pretty small. The passion of the people that worked there was what made it a fun experience.
After the wolf centre we headed towards canal flats and whiteswan lake on ...
... that they would be in the area and located when appropriate! We found the turn to Whiteswan and headed up the 22 km dirt road, narrow at times and falling off into a deep ravine. It was a beautiful drive and right at the start of the national park we found the Lussier Hot Springs. We were excited about these as they were the only natural non-commercialized hot springs we had heard about. It was a great visit and smelled of sulphur ...