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... It is very hot again today so we are having a lazy afternoon reading and catching up on washing etc. This hotel is more like a bach than a hotel. Compared to Calgary it is tiny and crowded with so much furniture that is not needed. The sort of Hotel you seeeon those english makeover programmes. No airconditioning but a ...
... view point along the hoodoo trail and wow was it awesome! From there we headed back to camp, packed a lunch, and then black on the road to Johnston canyon. Besides being super busy, this spot did not disappoint. Unbelievable beauty amongst cliffs and waterfalls. Tight paths to walk on though which made things a little challenging with the dogs and all of the tourists. ...
... racks of ribs and Elk pizza were washed down with three differing types of sangria! Fit to burst I went on a mission for my sew on badge and the boys went on a mission for sommersby cider. It took myself and Becca a phone call, a locator sent by bob and google street maps to find them but find them we did and cider we drank. Tomorrow is all abt the Banff Gondola and the 5hr drive to the ...
... is only found in the sulphur warmth of the springs here. Imagining something of the size of a garden snail we were slightly incredulous to see that it is the size of an apple pip! However, great efforts are being made ensure its survival and isn't that what national parks are all about anyway. Sulphur Mountain which sits on the edge of town has a gondola cable car which takes 7 minutes to reach the top building which gives access to the ...
Sunshine skiing. Met a woman at lunchtime, with her mum, who happened to know the Speeds. In particular, Leigh and Bob's son Josh in Calgary. Susan Suttie. Such a small world. Covered lots of the mountain including Goat's Eye Mountain. John did have a spill off a lift but was okay. Stopped on the way home to take photos of Mount Rundle, a huge flat mountain pushed up from the earth. ...