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Travels in Canada - part eleven - Canmore

“Canmore’s economic future seemed dismal until the announcement in the early 1980s that Calgary would be hosting the 1988 Winter Olympics, and that Canmore would play host to the Nordic events. 455 more words

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Travels in Canada - part ten - Athabasca Falls

On our return from Jasper to Banff, we stopped off to see these spectacular falls.  The power of the rushing water was awesome.

Athabasca Falls in Jasper National Park is not the highest or the widest waterfall in the Canadian Rockies but it is the most powerful. 146 more words

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Travels in Canada - part nine - Jasper

The trip to Jasper, from Banff is one of the most stunning. With many turnouts for breathtaking photo opportunities, it took us hours to drive it. 201 more words

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Travels in Canada - part eight - Banff

Banff is a charming town in Alberta Canada, surrounded by breath-taking mountainous vistas at every turn.  The people are friendly, the town is easy to walk, filled with a variety of fun restaurants, pubs and shops plus every possible outdoor activity you could want. 257 more words

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Travels in Canada - part seven - Cascade Gardens in Banff

For anyone who follows this blog, you know how much I adore gardening. When Spence and I heard about the lovely Cascade Gardens in Banff, we had to check it out. 52 more words

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Travels in Canada - Lake Louise & Moraine Lake - part five

Thus far in my series “Travels in Canada”, I’ve posted photos that might beg the question “are these for real?”

The color of the water in this part of Alberta Canada, is a breathtaking mix of turquoise, teal, aqua, blue-green dependent on the depth, sun and clouds.  97 more words

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Travels in Canada - Moraine Lake - part four

Moraine Lake is a glacially fed lake in Banff National Park, 14 kilometres outside the Village of Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada. It is situated in the Valley of the Ten Peaks, at an elevation of approximately 6,183 feet. 110 more words

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