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Waking up at our Waterfowl Lake campsite we resembled and smelt slightly of frozen fish. The frozen part because the temperature had dropped dramatically overnight, and the fish part.....well showers were more of an option then a must at this point. So we were very motivated to get to Banff and enjoy some soft mattresses and warm showers again. At …
... above! If you have been fortunate enough to visit Lake Louise, you know well its beauty, and if you haven't had that good fortune I hope the attached pictures will speak loudly. As with Peyto Lake yesterday (Although, I would venture to say that the water of Peyto Lake is more vivid than that of Lake Louise.), the illusion of the lake water being turquoise in color results from the glacier rock flour that flows into it from the glacier above. Without question, ...
Banff, the first an brief stop on our unemployed adventures, is an unreal town in the province of Alberta. Driving into the town almost 360 degrees is surrounded by mountains as gigantic as you could imagine. Elk walk down the street as if they are humans and Asian tourists line the walkways 'oo-ing and ah-ing' whilst snapping away. We manages to so a few hikes and touristy adventures while we were ere for this short period. After picking up our season passes ...
We finally arrived!! First snow storm of season landed us just south of border laid up in hotel for two days. Driving into these mountains was awe inspiring. Magnificent views everywhere we looked. Toured around Banff this afternoon and took gondola up to Sulfur Mtn. Looking forward to soaking in hot springs tomorrow. Snow on ground all around. Warmer weather on its way. Meantime below freezing at night so not ...
... could take a boat down. The local boat tour operator was therefore struggling, but was an excellent businessman. He went off in his boat one day and told people he was off to catch the monster. Lo and behold, seven days later, he returned with a 'monster’ in his boat. This got people very excited. He allowed them to see the monster (for 5c apiece) and took them on boat tours to the place where he caught the monster (for a further ...