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I remember learning about the Continental Divide in school but had given it nary a thought since. The first stop I wanted to make in Kootenay were the Paint Pots: small ponds fed by water containing iron, manganese, lead, and zinc and soil that had been stained by iron oxide. The fact that ochre had been mined there sounded really interesting.
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Problem one: a sore Piper climbing up and down the hill to the pots. It was cool enough that I decided to leave the dogs in the car as the trail was only a kilometre. Problem two: I fell victim to marketing. I expected vibrant colours and obvious rock formations. I got thick red mud and a pale green pond. To be fair, it was exactly how it was described, I had just expected something different.
I will say that it was interesting to read the signs along the interpretive trail about the process of mining the ochre and how significant it was economically and culturally. Once I returned to the car, we drove a short distance to Numa Falls.
Unfortunately, the rocks at the side of the river were too awkward for Piper to get to the water so I loaded them back into the car. A short drive down the road and we found another spot where I was able to get her into the water for some chilling. Once they had all had a drink and shaken off, we were back in the car.
I was lost in my thoughts when I was caught off guard by a lake off to one side of the road and I promptly made a U-turn. After all of the lakes we had seen this one, Olive Lake, was stunning, not for towering mountains or scenery but because it was completely clear. I made a note to stop on the way back and we continued to Radium Hot Springs at the end of the park. I drove between towering walls of stone and into Radium Hot Springs and almost instantly I felt like I was in a small town in the Alps; it was such a neat little town. Unfortunately I could not sit on the patio with the dogs but I would be able to get food to go.
I started to ask the gentleman what he would recommend and before I even finished speaking, he suggested the loaded burger. Well then, I shall have a loaded burger. I sat on a block in the lot, put out the dog blanket, and we dined al fresco. It was a damned fine burger: along with the usual patty and toppings, it also had bacon, cheese, and onion rings. It was almost too loaded with so many flavours competing against each other but still so good. Pleasantly full, we eased back into the car.
We were still in town when I looked to my left and saw three bighorn sheep in the parking lot of a motel. It took me a while to figure out that they were picking apples from the large tree in the lot.
The largest actually seemed to be doing most of the picking while the two smaller ones ate whatever fell. I watched them for a while before we drove on. I stopped at Olive Lake again for a few more pictures and to bring the dogs out. I was happy to see that Piper seemed to be less sore each time she got out of the car so all the little breaks and icing seemed to be doing some good. I drove back to Highway 1 in Banff and followed the highway when it turned west into Yoho National Park. When we had driven out west two years ago, we had camped across the falls and they truly are a sight to behold.
I found a shady spot for the car and went to check out the falls. The path was paved and relatively level right to the base of the falls. The falls were as impressive as I remembered them, falling approximately m ft , about two-thirds of that distance in free fall. Returning to the car, I brought the dogs out and took them to the water. As much as they all like to swim, they were not too keen to jump in; that water was COLD. Piper had a quick soak before we got back into the car.
There was a scary moment as we rounded one of the switchbacks and were almost grill to grill with a bus.
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I was worried about getting rear-ended while I waited for the road to clear as I was just around the bend in the road and partially hidden by rocks. It was a tense few minutes for sure.
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Our next stop was Emerald Lake. Fortunately I was able to find a spot that was a short walk from the lake. No wonder it was so busy. I was blown away by how beautiful the lake was. I was able to find a quiet place where we could sit together and enjoy the moment.