It was our last day driving the Chevy Equinox in Alberta and it was time to head out for our final adventure. We were going to walk on the Athabasca Glacier at the Columbia Ice Fields.
The day started early at Num Ti Jah Lodge. we heard footseps from above at 4:00 am. It was abandoned in the upper levels so we joked that it was the ghost of founder Jimmy Simpson wandering the halls. Or even worse, the ghosts of the trophy’s hanging on the walls of the dining room and lounge.
Dave was up at the crack of dawn to capture the beautiful sunrise over Bow Lake. It was stunning and we were the only people outside walking along the path on the lake.
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