Quality Resort Chateau Canmore
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... and mathematician, Alan Turing.
So, there was a cougar incident in Canmore this week. A young man was chased home by a cougar on 4th Street at about 4am in the morning. He kept his bicycle firmly in front of him for defence. ...
... Rockies. This picture of Jimmy Simpson could be a relation of Graham, Jacqui and Susie!!
- Lunch in the bakery and got the shopping we needed for 'the last supper', then the wine merchant for a bottle of Burrowing Owl. Canadian and the best we have had here. Thank you Sherwood.
... were getting ready to leave, AJ and BJ waited their chance and hopped back into the Daddy's back-pack. Eveyone got back into the Van and they got back on the highway to Banff. AJ and BJ were glad to be back in the Van and out of the sun. They had enjoyed every minute of the Musical Ride and it was only once it was over that they realised that they had got a bit sunburnt. As they travelled AJ and BJ suddenly noticed some big snow-capped mountains drawing ...
... Rockies are expansive and ever-present. Even in the town of Canmore, population 12,000 where we parked, the mountains were always there, looming purple in the distance. The prairie lands lie to the east of this region; this western section is dominated by the two huge, conjoined national parks, Banff and Jasper, that run at least 300 miles in length, cradling the Continental Divide from north to south. Here the mountain tops retain their snow through the summer, and there ...
... that we were walking up. That gave a fairly narrow shot for the folks coming both up and down to dodge the vehicles that were not parked exactly straight, and the intrepid hikers hauling themselves up the (STEEP) hill! WHEW! We finally made it to the top and discovered all the people that all of the big busses that passed us going up hill had disgorged at the top! Triple YIKES! We walked the paved path to the overlook of Lake Louise and I will have to say our trek ...