Spruce Grove Inn
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There are better places, confusing room layout no fridge or anything comfortable for Aussies. Too far away from town.
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... and seemed determined to exist at their fullest capacity until the inevitable day when they slid off the edge of their perch. Maybe they were unaware of their eventual demise. Or maybe they recognized it as a part of their cycle. Either way I considered that the trees on the edge of that cliff are how I feel every day at work. Except minus the confidence and thriving part. I just feel like I am hanging onto the edge of a slippery rock all the time ...
... the wolves as they are very rarely seen. In all, we cycled around 10kms, all was relatively easy going so it was quite a cruisey day. However after the horseback riding, my backside is suffering! We had an early night in, and caught up on some R & R. Andrew and Phoebe went into Can ore for dinner and an evening seminal spotting, but returned with only a rabbit sighting. Must have left their lucky sticks at ...
... been cooked to my liking (Medium Rare) but it was just superb.
The next day after a lazy start we were on our way back to Calgary and after dropping off our bags, I went with Larry to pick up their two Golden Retrievers (Bella & Teddy) from the kennels. We had a light dinner and settled in that evening with a few beers, a few whiskeys followed later by a slight ...
... the waterfall.
Just an interesting fact about Canada: there are approximately 1 million lakes, not sure how many rivers but Canada has 20% of the worlds fresh water.
Next we visited Emerald Lake but the smoke was still around. When we arrived in Banff we went for a ride on the Banff Gondola which climbs 698m or 2,292 ft to an elevation of 2,281m or ...
... to be brought up to the room. We sat overlooking the lake and it seemed very appropriate to have a 'Lakeside Favourite' and why wouldn't I choose the cocktail named 'Another Day in Paradise'! It had vodka and ginger in it. Very nice. Peter had a Pilsner Beer from the 'Grizzly Bear Brewery'. He doesn't mind this Canadian beer.
That evening we dined in 'Poppy's Brassierre. Another lovely dinner. This time with a couple from New Zealand, Lindsay and ...