This hole in the earth is just that. I don’t know what I was expecting, maybe I was thinking it would be bigger. Roy had a good laugh at me, this explains the wierd looks I was getting from him when I was super excited over a cave. I did enjoy myself though. I think I got cave and cavern confused. Roy was also able to enjoy, the cave was up the hill and didn’t look like there was places to rest so he was going to sit in the car. I went up to the park ranger and asked if there was a golf cart that could take us up to the cave. She did us one better and let us drive up to one of the two handicap spaces at the top. Lessons learned is it never hurts to ask and if you really want to see something find a way. I am so happy Roy was able to see the cave too. http://www.pc.gc.ca/en/lhn-nhs/ab/caveandbasin
Now when we get back ask him about his love for a snail. Actually it’s a rare snail no bigger then an appleseed the Banff Springs Snail. These tiny guys live no where else in the world.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banff_Springs_snail We then went to the hot springs you can still swim in, on Sulper Mountain. Unfortunately I learned my lesson last year. This being our last day in Banff we decided to do another drive around Lake Minnewanka. We saw another set of Bighorn Sheep, I love those horns. Today we saw a few mountain goats with babies. No bears maybe tomorrow on our way to Lake Louise.