The main thing about travelling, as well as the places, is the people you meet. The trek yesterday had a lovely German couple and their two teenage daughters, as well as a young English couple. They just did the morning and then we had Gy to ourselves for the afternoon. The German dad was telling us about his accomodation, actually in the park, a remote log house; no phone signal, no wi-fi, “So the girls were pretty upset,” he told us,”but it means they are having to talk to us.” Great bloke, very funny and guess what really bonded we three chaps? You’ll never guess. None of us liked, followed or enjoyed football. Now what were the chances of that?
We said goodbye to Neil and Sandy; such lovely people. See, that’s what I mean.
They welcomed us into their home and made us feel special. The trip advisor comment is on its way; the house was beautiful and even had it’s own waterfall in the bathroom!
And the lake view; how lucky have we been? So away to Jasper and what a drive! More lakes more mountains and more rivers.
Somewhere we saw an Elk, but again no picture; just by the roadside as we passed by. And somewhere we lost an hour and had to put our watches forward! Time zones! Now there’s a thing we don’t get in England. The B & B is very different, Annilies from Austria, the host is amazing. More on this as the stay progresses methinks.
The picture on the right is Mount Robson, lucky to see so much of it apparently! And this our bedroom and home for the next three nights.
Tomorrow, who knows? Our own time to do as we please.
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M & M 😀🇨🇦🇨🇦