Jasper House Bungalows
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJasper House Bungalows Jasper National Park
Basic but cabinny. They have a self contained kitchen and small lounge. The rooms overlook the river. We did not see any wildlife while we were there but we did not spend very long in the room either. Good to have a Laundromat, phone and restaurant on site as it is a bit out of town.
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... we had to endure when we were here last time.
Mom, unfortunately woke up in a lot of pain with her back and Shane tried to help her to stretch out and Gary used his electric machine on her back which helped. While mom was resting and we were all hoping for her recovery we took a short drive to Pyramid Lake. We managed to see a deer right off the road and took a nice drive down a side road behind the lake. ...
... and unload the car as well. The 2 bedroom duplex that Gary, Jill, Shane and Julia were staying in was not ready but that was fine. We at least got to drop all our stuff at our cabin and head into the town for an enjoyable day.
We started by driving past Patricia Lake and Pyramid Lake right by our resort and then went over the 93A out of town. We got to wait for a train! Haven't had to do that in a while. We then went to check out ...
... so Jym dropped me off to take a pic and then we got our signals crossed and he drove off. I could not find him. I had a panic attack looking for him. Finally he found me. Bad memory. Once we were on the Icefields Parkway
finally and making our way to Jasper it started to rain. We made a few quick stops but again missed Peyto Lake. It was pouring as we passed that parking area. We did stop at
Icefields Center to use ...
... local trappers selling privately (Alberta & the
Yukon allow the sale of any tanned pelt not on protected species
list). The Atlin area is very nice but I think I prefer the Haines
On the way out of town we were slowed
down by horses on the road. Once on the Alaska Highway we had to slow
down a bit for a Moose with calf plus a Black Bear later on. ...
Two visits by beautiful coyotes. One wasn't enough. They knew I enjoyed the first encounter. They knew I appreciated the beauty and the specialness of the moment. But they also knew that I didn't take the first visit as seriously as they had intended. So they sent the second messenger. This time I understood. The native folklore surrounding the coyote is varied but the role of the coyote as teacher, one who helps us to learn about our foibles ...