Photos of Kilmorey Lodge
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Kilmorey Lodge Waterton Lakes National Park
Travel Blogs from Waterton Lakes National Park
... while on the boat was a bald eagle in a tree. This boat ride was so worth it. The calm boat trip with the great scenery was a great end to the day. We had chosen to do the 7:00pm ride to try and get some great pictures at sunset. Thankfully it only rained on the way out and not on the way back. Our ponchos have definitely come in handy during this trip! I will never forget the beautiful views I have seen today!
Driving within the park at 6:30 am we came upon 4 goats. You'll get a "kick" out of the photos of these wild critters.
Later that morning we climbed the Bears Hump, a steep trail that provides an overview of the Waterton Lakes and town. At 9:30 in the ...
We walked back to the RV to drop off our backpacks, etc. Then walked back into Waterton. Jerry had his eye on a set of dishes at the Trapper Mountain Grill. So, we went there for dinner. It was a nice setting outside. I tried a Canada beer. Pretty good stuff! Actually, I had 2.
... his steer. The announcer said a cowboy can be going up to 40 MPH when he comes off his horse so if he misses the steer, the sudden stop can be pretty brutal.
I have included clips from some of the rodeo sessions. The images may be hard to see but you will certainly see how brutal this sport is on the cowboys and cowgirls that compete. The clip I find the most amazing is the young girls doing the wild pony races.
... special to see the girls we knew 15 years ago grown into young women with interesting lives.
We board the plane for home Sunday August 5. It has been fun writing the blog and has been a way to feel connected with friends and family while on the road. We hope you enjoyed reading it.
So that's it folks: 84 days and over 21,000 kms. We plan to reconvene our journey mid September so stay tuned.
Garland and Jennifer