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... pure bliss: an afternoon nap. Ah such a pleasure!
A few afternoon walks, coyote spotting for some and a brief outing with my two older boys which was an absolute delight. We found some ice creams to enjoy and had a great time together.
And then, hallelujah- Ashton slept through the night. A first in way too long, an overtired boy is not a good thing. Sleep breeds ...
Wow what a great day. Set off about at about 9:30 and headed to the Banff Gondola which climbs Sulphur Mountain. Four person cable car to the top which is 8041 ft. Great views down to Banff and 360 degree views of the mountains. Back down to town for a coffee and snack and then ...
... the boat – with Mom or Dad taking their pictures, of course. There were probably at least 15 kids on board, and they were delighted.
The first day that we went to Lake Louise, it was raining, so we didn’t get to see it in all its beauty. We went back a couple of days later, and, yep, it was beautiful. The bright blue-green lake in front of a V-shape formed by two mountains, backed by a highly visible glacier, may be the most famous site in the Banff area. So ...
... find a park, but it was worth it. This lake was smaller than Lake Louise, but just as impressive. The water was a deeper aqua blue that sparkled in the sun. The river mouth that came from the lake was clogged with big logs from dead trees, and we used these to cross to the hill of boulders on the other side, which gave a much more impressive view of the lake. Some tourists weren't so lucky with the river crossing, and there was a few wet people ...
... o’clock in order to miss the hoards but we were only semi-successful on that score. Seemingly multiple great minds think alike in Banff… We didn’t let it deter us though as we knew the vast majority would only make it as far as the first 1.1km to the Lower Falls before calling it a day. The Canyon Walk continues on from that point for another 1.5km before arriving at Upper Falls (where we anticipated another ...