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... be grasping at straws to find comparisons because this is like nothing I've ever seen before. The sun hits the forest covered mountains, illuminating what took millennium to create: strata of different coloured mineral layers jutting out of the earth in varying degrees and dizzying heights. The road follows ribboning streams of water, icy teal blue and originating from the glaciers high up in the mountains. ...
... Yes I do.
Child: Mommy, can I be disgusting too?
Believe me when I tell you it was ***********tain my laughter!
We continue our journey and not long down the road we reach Rocky Mountain House. We notice a “Parks Canada Historic Site” sign and immediately go in search of it. It is a fair distance out of Rocky Mountain House but since time is of no consequence we decide that we can at least have a look and ...
... pe cvičený pes. Ucítí zraněného nebo mrtvého jelena až na 20 km, to samé se dá říci třeba i o špekáčcích pečených u táborového ohně. Člověk zde tedy musí být stále na pozor.
Druhý den jsme zůstali kempovat u jezera Magog a podnikli celodenní výlet po okolí. Měli jsme opět nádherný den, takový, který je v horách k nezaplacení. Nebudu tu zbytečně dlouho popisovat, jaké nádherné výhledy jsme kde ...
Up early, sunny skies, temp just above freezing. Sposed to go to the 80's in the lowlands near where I will camp tonite. Probably the last day I will have a shower and shave in the morning before riding out until I get home!
Saying a reluctant goodbye to Jasper National Park (my trip highlight so far) and hello to the beautiful Icefield Parkway enroute to Radium Hot Springs (tonite) and then Glacier National Park Monday ...
... was interesting… the 1960 burn is still in evidence here. Indeed, trees burned in forest fires can stand for up to a hundred years!
We crossed into BC… yay!
Then it was on to the Paint Pots… what a spectacular trail. The surreal puddles of ochre-coloured water were visited by Aboriginal peoples who mined them for dyes for clothing and body decoration. European settlers ...