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... in town... the Old Salzburg with a view overlooking the valley and had a great meal there.
Another great meal at the bed and breakfast this morning. They provide a complementary breakfast and they really out do themselves here. The hostess had prepared an eggs benedict casserole and a french toast casserole. Both of which were delicious and several other fixings yogurt, fruit, juices, coffee etc.
Hana and I ...
... experience. Once at the top we took some beautiful photos and sat and enjoyed the view. While outside the wind was so strong that you felt like it was going to blow you over. Will was brave enough to take the wooden path which took you to an even higher peak. I'm sure the view was even more incredible. We then came back down from the gondola and walked back to the hotel. We then had all ...
... track but so often we were surrounded by beautiful pine trees and couldn't see beyond them! Whistler was alive with a huge mountain bike festival. With the village set up for the snow, it's also ideal for other adrenaline-fuelled sports in other seasons. It's a town that doesn't depend on the winter visitors,so it's busy all year round. We very much enjoyed the Peak2peak gondola ride - an engineering feat of amazing expertise. We visited the First Nation ...
... vast plains south of there pretty quickly. This time we drove up the western side and had an absolutely delightful drive today. Again, pictures don't do justice to anything that we saw. There were rolling fields, very large evergreens (many were lodgepole pine) with large mountains outlining the whole area. There was a gorgeous lake in the little town of Trego, MT. We also drove through Eureka, MT where I took a couple of shots. It is a very cute ...
... that was damaged in the fires earlier this month. It is a sad a sobering sight and it reminds you what long-lasting damage fire can create. We are now at the park gate and after a 10 or 15 minute wait we are through and heading for the Saskatchewan River Crossing to fill up with gas and continue to Radium Hot Springs. I am not sure how much we paid per litre of gas, but the final bill is $107. It’s going to be an expensive trip.