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... C and the small hot tub around 40 - 44 Deg
It wasn't all that deep so just casually swam from end to end enjoying the atmosphere. then hopped in the hot tub for about 20 mins and my wet hair was starting to freeze! Another quick dip in the larger pool, then dressed and went for a walk around taking ...
... favorable so what do we do?
We found a good coffee shop to fill our thermos cups for our second cup of coffee. Then we headed for the Bow Valley Parkway, a meandering alternative to the expressway that runs between Banff and Lake Louise. Most of today's photos are from the several stops along this busy road which was shared by cars and bicycles, many bicycles.
Rainer an Julie
... the window Jim takes the coffees that are being handed to him and places them into the cup holder then reaches for his wallet. “No, no sir. It’s okay. She paid for you,” the girl at the window tells us as she motions to the car ahead of us. We looked at one another as the girl hands us the rest of our order. “That was a pay it forward,” I tell Jim, “we have to keep it going.” “Now?” he asks. ...
... been wanting a necklace of Ammolite; it turns out Ammolite is mined here in Alberta, and it's cheaper than the jewelry stores in the Caribbean, so I'm looking to get a pendant of it for my birthday. Ammolite is made from ammonite fossils that have formed in such a way there is a thin layer of multicolored nacre-ish material in them.
From here, we are headed back to Calgary to play tourist. More later!
... center was well done and very descriptive of the hunt. The outdoor path led to the actual cliff where the slaughter took place. On the road again, we saw more of the plains with lots of crops and cattle, small towns and the Canadian Rockies in the distance. We stopped for lunch and naps in a large parking lot and cruised on for a few more hours before traffic became heavier and we soon could see Calgary ...