Glenogle Mountain Lodge & Spa
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... even spotted a ginormous cave out on the cliffs. All while listening to the likes of Cat Stevens and Jack Johnson. Such a lovely afternoon with a lovely bunch of people.
Days like today, when I am granted the honor of spending time with a grand group of people, I tend to spend a lot of time reminiscing about Halifax and my family there. I miss them so much, at the end of everyday it is them who I want to tell about my adventures. I ...
... Num Ti Jah is situated right on the Bow Lake, another gorgeous vivid blue lake surrounded by enormous mountains and glaciers. Bow falls begin adjacent to Bow glacier so we headed towards the water fall, along the prettiest trail, not too challenging for most of the way, although the last 1/2 hour was quite steep and narrow and slippery. And giant steps not made for my short legs!! ...
... and sits astride the Continental Divide. It has gone through several advances and retreats and has been shrinking steadily since about 1840. The Icefield has six "toe" glaciers, one of which is the Athabasca Glacier (which is the protruding tongue from the Icefield that you see in the pictures). The Athabasca Glacier is currently receding at a rate of ...
So we are moving through the Rockies, more beautiful views, more changes in scenery. More photo stops, more clicks of the shutter! Castle rock is a dominant feature on the outskirts of Banff. We had a view of it from the train on the way in but even better view going out by road. A morning stop at Lake Moraine showed a lovely lake nestled between the snow clad mountains. Very popular with canoeists. But the clouds are rolling in and the weather is a little ...
... Sheep roamed through the town. The male herd had large curling horns; while the females had much smaller, spikier horns. This seems to be evidence that male animals are much hornier than females.
Gordon Lightfoot accompanied us through the Kicking Horse Pass singing the Great Canadian Railroad Trilogy. As we watched the tracks wind through the valley below us we appreciated the song and the history behind it. ...