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... one, passing only one person in the few hours we were on it. We found our B&B easily in the sprawling metropolis (*coughs) of Grand Cache and explored the myriad of dinner options. Basically our choices were some kind of restaurant that was empty inside except for a few rugged looking locals playing slot machines and watching hockey on a big screen or an A&W, which as it turns out, is not just root beer. We went with the A&W, naturally. Don’t ...
... scenery. Frozen lakes and snow covered trees. Had a couple of stops and lots of lovely photos taken along the way.
Stopped for lunch at Lake Louise at 12.15-1.45pm then continued on to Banff.
Castle Mountain stands 1 mile high. The trees in the front of the photo are large pole pine trees.
Dinner tonight was at the Fairmont Banff Springs where we are staying.
... and tacos for lunch before jumping straight back onto the road to eat on the run. We saw elk, Rams, bald headed Eagles and deer. Frozen waterfalls on the side of the road. Pine forests covered in snow. We wound up the mountains and through Valleys until we got to Banff. It is a sweet little town with old building and shops and bars that line the street. There are snow dog tours, snow mobile tours, gondolas and ski resorts. Amazing ...
... on a different route and I managed to embarrass myself by falling pretty spectacularly on my bum down some steps. Thank god Thierry was there because he caught my head as I went down. Thank you for saving my noggin! I felt OK at the time but I might now have bruises down my right side to go with the bump on my head and the burn on my finger and whatever other damage I've done to myself recently. Haha.
... and it felt like we were going to go down, scary is not the word.
As if that wasn't enough Sue Garcia send me a text and said if you in Banff you have to do the gondola ride. It is double the height of the Cairns sky rail. We paid for it before we even had seen it. So now there was no way out. To be honest once you up there it's just so beautiful there is so much to see you ...