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A huge day today. On the road by 8 am not arriving in Banff until 7 pm. As we are leaving Kelowna heading towards the mountains we travel beside numerous lakes and pass many orchards and wineries. This then changes into farms - lots of corn crops, Lucerne, dairies etc. Absolutely beautiful valleys. The scenery is amazing - words can't describe it. …
Hi all, This trip has been amazing. I hope you all have a wonderful and safe holiday and I'm looking forward to seeing you all in 2 weeks. We have another week in Canada then a week in Alaska. Will show you these photos when I get back! Take care.
... air like Silver Creek.
Today it was rainy and gloomy and so we headed into town so Jym could check out the quilting shop and I made trip #2 to Charisma. I love that boutique. I spent way too much there. Got 2 pairs of pants and a sweater and a shirt this time. ADORABLE. I guess it is a novelty for me to be able to shop in a boutique for the first time in my life. And to be able to wear designer ...
... super close to both Mt. Edith Cavell and Athabasca Falls - so yay. We were able to get to the Mt Edith Cavell trail head really early (the lot is said to fill up by 10 am, and I don't know what time we left, but there were cars parked so far down the road... really glad we were able to get there early) and then pop into the Athabasca Falls viewing area around lunch time.
Bessie's clutch was going out in a rather dramatic fashion, so that added a bit ...
Lake Louise is known for its sparkling blue waters, is situated at the base of glacier-clad peaks that have long been at the heart of Canadian mountaineering. The emerald colour of the water comes from rock flour carried into the lake by melt-water from the glaciers that overlook the ...