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Set off for Sunshine Ski Resort around 8.30am. Skiing by about 10am or a bit earlier. Lovely conditions, although overcast. Stopped for a break after about two hours, skiing on Strawberry, the Great Divide and Mt Standish. Swapped chat with a geologist from Calgary over lunch. Interesting fellow ...
... fitness for the day at Peyto Lake!!
Lake Louise was an absolutely stunning lake and the whole surrounds were amazing but again unfortunately the weather really obstructed the views and we could barely see the glacier feeding the lake. The photos we got were not exactly what we had hoped for so it was a little disappointing. Lake Moraine was on the way out of Lake Louise so we stopped off there too. There was a rock pile at the start of the lake and some ...
... Horse River has eroded through the granite.
We had lunch in Banff, unfortunately the rain had closed in, but Donkey still managed to find some new friends. From there we went up to the Gondola at Sulphur Mountain which is higher than Mt Kosciuszko. Donkey met a Bear friend not sure he would want to meet him in the wild :).
The Hotel is amazing but more on that tomorrow.
... t mess them up.
I found a florist in Canmore where we were staying and ordered a simple bridal bouquet of flame-tipped yellow roses. We decided to just wear street clothes to make everything very simple and informal. Pat agreed to take pictures during the ceremony, and I had a mani-pedi to celebrate!
August 8th began with a rain shower, but it started to clear out as we left at about 2:00 for Moraine Lake. When we arrived the ...
... along the Icefields Highway - a very busy road. Our next stop took us across the Bow River (the day's weather is getting better) to the Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum. This museum represents the cultural societies of the Stoney, Cree, Blackfoot, Sisika, Peigan, Blood and Tsuu T'ina native tribal bands; as well as the Metis (decendants of native-european parents). The museum was founded to promote understanding of aboriginal cultures. It began in 1950. ...