Cathedral Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
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... quilting shop called Sugar Pines. She spent 5 minutes in there and determined she wanted to return for a longer view. We stopped in town for some ice cream at the Scoopin Moose which mom loved. We then had dinner at Canmore Hotel so Shane could enjoy the game and Jym could enjoy his steak and fries again. We had a nice night and all drove back except Shane who stayed to watch the end of the game and hang out with Aussie rugby players. ...
... the glacier) where we took some beautiful shots of the lake in all of its vivid blue glory! Much more blue in colouring to LL which is a very pale green/ Aqua. Went for a walk around the lake - as far as you can go along one side before coming to the river rapids at the other end. So pretty all the way along. I just go nuts with the camera but it's so hard not to! Spent about 3 hours there and then started to ...
... not gonna get that in a group of 10 strangers, and (2) I'm not sure I'm fit enough to keep up - but I've been working this summer to get stronger, so here goes!
First success of the morning, Gretchen is able to sweet talk her way into the group without a reservation. She's been wanting to do this hike for 6 years, so this is big.
Next success, I'm mostly able to keep up with the group! This group ...
Today was a short day. We woke up early and biked the 10 mile warmup to the Sunwapta Pass. The Sunwapta Pass is a steep, tiring, 10 mile climb with many amazing views along the way. The climb took about 2 hours. At the top we were level and above some snow but, none of it was near us. We rode downhill till we came to Jasper National Park. A ...
... walked around Banff a bit and then drove to Lake Louise where we are camped tonight. We took a couple little hikes at Lake Louise and Moraine Lake. After we came back to our campground we took another little hike by the river. Since it finally stopped raining and it warmed up, we got our Campfire in Can out and relaxed in the woods. OH and had some-mores.
We love our little campfire in a can. There are campfire ...