BEST WESTERN Jasper Inn & Suites
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The Journey To Jasper
This morning we left Banff and set off to travel the Icefields Parkway en route to Jasper. The scenery was spectacular though outside was cold. One of the lakes we passed was still frozen.
En route we saw a big-horned mountain sheep and further on a mountain goat high up on a cliff. I don't know how those …
... that I did not want to struggle to the summit!
- We got down to meet Graham, who had gone to find some autumn colour, without success, and went to get Sherwood's park ticket and then lunch at The Big Paw Bakery.
... Who knew a summer night in Alberta could be so cold. I can't even play dumb on that one.
Edson was great as usual and we went all the way to the semis with the original team who initiated me into the wild Edson weekend of ball 8 years ago. They've come a long way since then with at least 7 or 8 kiddos running around and a few different last names, but with all of the same beersby, ladders and campfire fun. Too bad Heather wasn't there ...
We wake to heavy rain and very misty mountains. No views today. A good day for a sleep in - YEH. It is late morning we travel the 2kms into down town Jasper. We visit The Jasper Yellow-head Museum & Archives, a must see. Fantastic amount of information on the exploration and development of the railway and then tourism. We also visited the Jasper Heritage Railway Station. During the early 1900's two competing transcontinental railways, the ...
... get a drink served soon? Not too long to wait. The first sitting people went down for lunch and those of us remaining were given a very nice selection of Canadian cheese and biscuits accompanied (of course!) by some lovely Canadian wine, Cab Sav for us. We had a nice scenic moment crossing the Thompson river before continuing on through the trees. The river was always by our side, fast moving and white topped as it has been all the way. ...