Quigley's Outback Inn
Travel Blogs from Jasper
... but todayit was more like that plus an additional 20 minutes. We made it back all safe and sound albeit a aittle wet. Back to the lodge and just in time for dinner with a couple from our group. On the way back to our roomwe saw elks outside of our room. Jo could not pass up the photo shoot so into the room via the back door to retrieve her camera.
Tomorrow we head off by coach to Lake Louise but that is for tomorrow's blog
... rates about a 5 out of 10 score. After here all rest of the places we will stay at are 5 star not that we are snobs but we have forked out decent cash for the experience. Tomorro we will go on a Harley bike ride in the morning followed by rafting in the arvo ( look out for photos showing pure horror on our faces).
The phots attached are from the train trip today.
... is up-ended, If we dump him IN and DOWN, it takes him a second for him to turn and get back out. SLAM THE DOOR!
He howls, but we assure him he will love the results. When we pick him up a few hours later, with his spiffy Lion Cut and fresh clean smell, he gets a good report. "He just lay there good as gold and let me shave him," the groomer said.
Now look at you! we bragged, as ...
... 42. Your great-great-grandmother Callie (Granny) lived to be 104! Your Waid great-great-grandparents also lived a long time. So, except for accidents, your ancestors seem to enjoy living!
I miss them all, you should be proud to be part of their family.
The Old Jasper Cemetery has the graves of many of your ancestors that go way, way back.
... John Parks is dead. He was such a happy guy, a friend to everyone. Back at the house, I won't go in, I say, I've got a lot of miles to drive, my bag's already in the car, let's get some pictures here by the azalea bush. I love you both, (and this is true), am glad that you're together now, stay happy as you are! The driveway's edge, the lovebirds standing hand in hand, they watch me turn the zoom zoom car around, go down the drive. I'm leaving Jasper now. I always do, and always ...