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Canada Trip Report

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Sorry for the double post but just wanted to let y'all know that I have started 2 days of my trip report on the tsforums under Shaggy's travels.
 

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shagnut said:
Sorry for the double post but just wanted to let y'all know that I have started 2 days of my trip report on the tsforums under Shaggy's travels.

Leslie,

If you are not going to post it on TUG then you should provide a link to it. I am sure there are many here on TUG that are not aware of the other website.
 

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Sorry, John, I don't know how to do a link. Could you do me a fav and help me by linking it please? :)
 

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Welcome home Shaggy. I'm looking forward to your next "installment" . Did you see any elk wandering around in Banff? When we were there several years ago, we were sitting in the hot tub and they kept peeking over the fence! It was amazing!

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Dori, it seems like Banff is trying to keep the elk away from the town and the golf course. I saw my first elk in Jasper ( it was amazing) and then towards the end of the trip I saw a humongus elk on the side of the road behind a fence . I am working on downloading my 700 pics!!! :eek: :eek:
 

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Dori, it seems like Banff is trying to keep the elk away from the town and the golf course. I saw my first elk in Jasper ( it was amazing) and then towards the end of the trip I saw a humongus elk on the side of the road behind a fence in Banff. I've got pics of elk, chipmunks, rams, deer and I accidently erased my bear pic. I was really pee oddd at myself. I am working on downloading my 700 pics!!! :eek: :eek:
 

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Elk in Banff

I'm sorry that they are keeping the elk away. It was one of the highlights of our stay in Banff to see them wandering about.

Dori
 

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We saw more elk than anything else when we went through Kooteney, Banff, and Yoho national parks in 1996. There were large herds of them close to Lake Louise. What we didn't see were any moose nor bears which used to be very common when I used to travel through that area many years ago. I am hoping that we will see them on our trip there next month.
 

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Dori said:
I'm sorry that they are keeping the elk away. It was one of the highlights of our stay in Banff to see them wandering about.

Dori

Elk look great until one runs out in front of you on the roadway. Not a pretty sight for the Elk or the car....

Unfortunately for the safety of the public & the elk, it is probably necessary to manage the herds away from the public.

Rick
 
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