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We left Golden this morning stopping at Emerald Lake the largest of Yoho British Columbia's 61 lakes and the Natural Bridge before arriving at Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park in which we climbed aboard the Ice Explorer onto the surface of Athabasca Glacier. Absolutely spectacular. Once back in bus Rob was in charge of keeping count to …
... in the woods and the ones who were told us how to go. We finally came to a place where a kind older couple told us to keep going and we would have the best view yet at an out cropping of rocks. They were so right. That last stretch was super muddy and high elevation but when you come out at the rocks it is just amazing. Perfect view and next to no people!! “Two roads diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has ...
... site as well. I had a burger for $18. They had a buffet for $30 that looked good but just didn't want to spend that really. There was a giant raven in the parking lot that was eye balling us for some tasty food. We did NOT feed him but I did get a great shot of him sitting on a sign. He then perched himself on the roof of Gary’s van.
It was a long day and getting late by then. After we finished eating we made our way down ...
... forward to seeing you all in a few days. We will be leaving pretty early in the morning for the drive to Calgary Airport, so pretty much straight after breakfast. So today is pretty much it for Canada. We have just had the most wonderful time here,it has been everything we hoped it would be in the summer- and more! Every time we turn around we are surprised by another beautiful vista. It is always ...
... until the end of our days...well as long as our marbles will allow anyway!
After breakfast and a short drive to Canmore we were at the start of our morning hike called Grassi Lakes, a short but steep and rocky hike where 'sturdy footwear’ was required...so what did mum wear? Her fit flops!
Our first lookout near the top of the incline was of Canmore itself, set in the ...