Wow and more wow

Trip Start Sep 27, 2012
Trip End Sep 04, 2013

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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Last couple of days we have travelled from Whistler to Banff. I dont know how to explain the scenery, its a visual onslaught of natural granduer. These mountains are insane and the snow just tops it off. We had to drive through a couple of mountain passes and we were concerned about snow covering the road. People told us to get chains, others said snow tyres. We opted for the chains as much cheaper than changing 4 tyres. Thank goodness the road was fantastic, leaves our main highways for dead. We headed straight for Lake Louise, on my bucket list and did not dissapoint. Magic setting, we sat in the Fairmont and had afternoon tea. Garys new word - spectacular. My camera is working overtime, so when I am able to download put some time aside, there are a few. Staying in Banff for the next 3days and catching up with Troy, the son of Garys best mate Bim who is working at Lake Louise Village.
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Rhonda on

Your adventures are sounding "spectacular". Look forward to all your news. Love to you both... Rhonda xxx

Annie on

Sounds amazing Liz. So pleased you're having a great time. Keep the blogs coming, I'm loving it!

Renee Walker on

And I often wondering where I got my flair for writing from ... "a visual onslaught of natural granduer" well well well. Sound great there! And Dad.. I'm all good with "spectacular" but don't veer into "superb" - there's something wrong with that :-) hahaha

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