BEST WESTERN PLUS Valemount Inn & Suites
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Leaving Kamloops behind us we headed towards Jasper. But en route started seeing some clever staged advertising in the trees on the side of the freeway. Pointing us towards the best burgers and steak in town. What town was never made clear to us. But being suckers to advertising we went to take a look. And there it was the Log Inn Pub. Part biker bar, part lumberjack heaven. I have to admit Carla and I were slightly nervous when we ...
Hike Day! Rob's up at 5:30am as usual and is as chipper as a freaking blue bird! When I know I have a big day ahead of me, whether it be for fun or work, I always tend to get really quiet and need a little 'me' time to mentally prepare myself. I'm not sure I could have mentally prepared myself for this one though. None the less, my game face was dawned in true 'Belles' fashion. My derby ladies know exactly what its like to hike up your fishnets, slap on your helmet and skate out ...
... a little present for her help & also for Chris, the lady who would be Lenny's temporary mom for the two days.
The evening was pretty quiet; a jump in Cedar-side Lake, a camping night at Yellowknife Highway Campgrounds on the river, a hot sower & hot chocolate, prep for the hike (more like me trying to fit as much weight into Rob's pack as possible. If your built like a Wilmshurst a little extra weight should be expected). ...
... natural beauty! After taking some time to just relax and soak up the scene, we turned around and made our way back to camp. Amazingly the good weather held out for us right into the evening, so we got to enjoy making dinner whilst watching the colour of the sky and Mountains change.
The final morning of our camping adventure arrived way too quickly; we’d barely explored the area and it was already time to leave. I was ...
... very smoky and only getting worse as we decended down down down into the valley. The huge power towers from the Bennett Dam crossed our highway many times, like a scene from a Transformer's movie. I was driving and Rick was reading his murder mystery and keeping me up on the twists in the plot. We were barely within city limits and needed to look for a gas station but instead I sighted the familiar Timmies sign and the van just zoomed right on over to the ...