Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Hinton
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... had. Actually as I was typing this she added she was not sure about any of the Canada adventure – but now she would come back if she had the chance.
Peg saw a black bear cub playing with a sapling today. We also saw a deer shortly after we left our last camp right alongside rte. 1.
I tried to get on the internet with the new campground’s system but it is a satellite wifi system that is not high speed and sits and spins. So I will upload these ...
... shorten the length of the train.
We eat lunch whilst we wait for the train to pass and then walk over the tracks to follow a trail Kirsty had seen on the map. I don't think Kirsty had seen how steep it was going to be though otherwise she may not have suggested it. It went up, and up, and up. We stop to admire the view on numerous occasions, pretending to take pictures whilst we try and get our breath back! We persevere though and make it to the top, which ...
... booked, volunteering has been registered for, vaccines have been completed (thanks Jen!) now to look into hostels and of course, pack. And I have to say as a girl (and an over-packer) this is my biggest stressor! How does one pack clothes for a multitude of climates and for a long time period without bringing 3 suitcases?! More info to come on itinerary and trip plans in our next post.... So apparently this never posted before! ...
... the eruption.
We left Dawson Falls just after 2 for the long drive towards Jasper. At about 3:30 we started seeing our first snow capped mountains, and small amounts of snow lying on the ground.
We stopped for fuel at 4:15 at Valemount. We then took the #16 Yellowhead Highway on towards Jasper.
We arrived in Jasper at about 6:30. We had a little walk around the town, and decided to pick up some drinks to take to Jen's place ...
... and feeding right next to the road and two of them were drinking from water that was running down the rocks. Seeing the animals up close is a real joy.
The scenery on the drive from Banff to Jasper, was absolutely breathtaking. We took upwards of 125 to 150 pictures. Of course, when we get home, we will just have 100s of pictures of snow capped mountains. They are more majestic than one could ever believe from a photo. As ...