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... at the summit of Vail Pass. But, I passed the summit a little wet but OK. Then I got closer to the tunnel. A few miles out the snow was heavy, the roads were slushy and temperature was hovering at 34. My bike was giving me ice warnings and the flashing road signs were reminding me of the same. I fought hard through the snow, approaching the tunnel. It was especially pleasant when a car would pass me, then dart in ...
... Hotel (yes, really), Riding the Icefields Parkway from Banff to Jasper and exploring Peyeto Lake & the Athabascan Glacier along the way
... sunset, but running out of
daylight we decided a closer Dadds Gulch would suffice. We scaled a steep backcountry ridge off trail
to get a better glimpse of the setting sun. Beautiful views, neat rock
formations, arid cactuses and large piles of animal droppings (clapping our
hands and shouting periodically just in case Mr. poopy was a cranky bear)
Driving included a stop on the side of the ...
... and the weather forecast for the next few days - lows in the low 40s and highs in the 60s. We decided to stop at Hiker’s Hut to shop for hats. Gabe got a warm beanie and I got ear warmers, since my hair keeps my head warm and it also doesn’t look good in hats, it was easier to get something for my ears. We were in luck all the hats were half off! Once we had our new head gear we felt ready to go into the park.
We agreed on staying at ...
Budapest is an amazing city and I had a great time. I managed to meet a lot of new friends, travel to many places, and all while getting A's in my classes. I'm going to miss Budapest and the big city life but it feel so good to be home.