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After having breakfast in Jasper at Smitty we headed out towards Valemont and stopped at the Gathering Place our favorite coffee shop and grabbed some great coffee and the pups had a great run. Off we set for Clearwater and to stay at the KOA as we had enough points to get a free nights stay and I was going to use it up as we probably would not be joining the KOA membership next year. Yes I am cheap but it was a great stop as Greg and ...
... as Niagra. We felt just as high too, even with no caffeine coffee stops. We are now in civilisation as you've received this, having spent the whole day travelling through old gold rush towns and Indian reservations with tipees and pow wow meeting points. The scenery changed to dusty dry rocky mountains where many seemed to be able to farm pumpkins, peppers and even wine. Maybe we'll try that later as Dutch courage for those going zip ...
... hotspot. Today after quickly setting up camp and doing a reconnoiter of Clearwater, I headed into Wells Gray Provincial Park. I wasn't planning on going in until tomorrow, but because the forecast is for overcast and rain all day tomorrow, I decided to go see as much as I could before the heavens opened. From my pictures you'll see a small sampling of why this park's nickname is "Waterfalls Park". It is home of ...
Last night we went for a meal in town and were recommended to go to Dutch Lake today to see the terrapins and go for a swim. Luckily when we woke up it was a sunny day and so off to the lake we went, via the supermarket so we could buy a picnic. The lake was another beautiful watery place to chill. It was only small by Canadian standards but never the less it was well used and had a pontoon stretching out where we could jump into the water and another one just floating in ...
... in the trees. We spent the next two days hiking to a few of the magnificent waterfalls. Some are just a short walk from the road, others required a two hour hike through forest, along rivers and down steep hillsides. Each time we were rewarded with the roar of the water and the clouds of mist surrounding the dramatic walls of water crashing to the rocks below. Clearwater turned out to be the most beautiful place to end our Canadian ...