Grand Canadian Resort Vacation Club
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... is no monopoly on the parks and many people can run businesses and compete here and that is good and positive. I just have a severe distaste for anyone who uses a natural wonder as a source of profit and does so without a certain reverence for the land.
The sun had gone down behind the glacier by the time we made the top of the hill. It was also getting a little cloudy as well. Li was distressed about the lack of ability to walk down to ...
... down to the Glacier Discovery Centre where we had our picnic lunch (late) that Alex had prepared for us.
Back on the Icefields Highway we continued on and stopped to view the Saskatchewan River. The North Saskatchewan River rises in the Saskatchewan Glacier, which is part of the Columbia Icefield. This section of river is in the Banff National Park. We continue on to Bow Lake. From ...
What a fantastic day today has been! After breakkie we drove into Canmore for our helicopter flight. The weather forecast was pretty grim but we were so lucky the sun was shining and it was a perfect morning. After our safety talk we headed skywards, just the two of us and the pilot. What an incredible experience it was! It was just spectacular and amazing and just showed the true perspective of the enormity of the mountains! We ...
... weren't already a clue) it was obvious this was definitely a male...if you know what I mean!
We all hung out the windows talking pictures of him whispering the occasional 'Wow!' to each other and then trying not to laugh out loud when he lifted his head form grazing with a mouthful of purple flowers, a very pretty boy he was too!
We could have watch this gangly ...
... National Park which is surrounded by huge mountains. We walked up and down the street searching for somewhere for lunch before finally settling on burgers and the Canadian speciality Poutine (for those unfamiliar this is chips, gravy and cheese curds, sometimes with bacon, onions and other things mixed in). After lunch we poked around a few of the souvenir, craft and art shops before heading down the street to the cascade gardens. We lay on the grass for a ...