All photos taken on October 25, 2022.
We pulled out of Valemount shortly after 8 AM, with a plan to do a hike in Jasper National Park on the way through. It was a pretty morning and we were happy that precipitation had stopped for now.
At the junction of #16 and #5.
Clouds clung to the mountain sides.
No clear view of Mt. Robson today. But it was sure pretty.
As we got close to Moose lake, the clouds and mists increased.
We pulled off on the pullout to capture a few shots
Back on the road, the clouds thickened up as we got closer to the Alberta/B.C. boundary.
Back in our own province once more. We lost an hour, with the time change.
Soon back in Jasper (separate post), we headed to Old Fort Point for our hike (separate post). After our hike, we stopped at Bear’s Paw Bakery to pick up lunch to eat by Talbot Lake.
Walk and lunch over, we drove on for the last 4 hours. In Edson, we came upon these trucks carrying old heavy equipment tires. They were driving like maniacs and we just let them go, but not before a rock from one of the trucks hit our windshield.
Back to a pastoral prairie scene.
We got home in time to unload the car, before heading to pick up a fast food supper. We were beat. Another West Coast journey comes to an end.
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