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... to do that! I’d recently been in touch with James Brosnan who comes from Inverloch. We both have a lot of mutual friends but had never really crossed paths. He knew I was over in Alberta so he got in contact with me and we arranged to meet up in Calgary where he had been living for a few months. Bree and I ended up crashing on his couch which worked out well. We went own to one of his local bars for a few drinks and wings which was fun! A couple of his Aussie mates also ...
... a hiking buddy! Hurrah! Turns out his name was Thierry and he was from Montreal, and lovely company he was too. So after a quick change into my hiking gear we headed off up the trail.
The snow was fairly deep by English standards (definitely not by Canadian though I'm sure) and some parts of the trail were quite steep so it wasn't the easiest thing to walk in but ...
... that we had we managed to miss a turn and so had to call a friend ie Bruce and Angie as we started to head back to the Rockies again on a different highway. So with some help from Bruce by phone we negotiated or way back to right location and finally meet our intended hosts. It was a welcome site to meet up with Bruce and Angie again , a few years since they were in Australia. It wasn't long before we ...
... that they can cause. Turns out the same applies in Canada though you will be billed $300 by the hospital for feeding a squirrel and if you were to do the same for a bear the bill would be $25,000 (as the bear would subsequently need to be killed).
After an hour we disembarked from the boat and headed over to a picturesque cove on the shoreline for lunch and also a quick paddle in the water for Tim (who needs his ...
Landscape photographers talk about "chasing the light." What they mean is that good landscape photos are dependent on good light, and good light is usually early in the morning or late in the day. So on each day of this trip we get up at 5 a.m. in order to be at a predetermined location where, IF the light is good, we'll get a great photo. I spent many hours researching where these locations are prior to the trip.
Today our predawn destination was Two Jack Lake in Banff ...