Did you know that very few mountains are named for women? In Jasper National Park, they honored Edith Cavell with a 10,827-foot mountain. Edith Cavell was a matron nurse of the Belgium Red Cross in Brussels. She aided 200 or more allied soldiers to escape from behind enemy lines in Germany into freedom in Holland, via the underground railroad. Her capture led to her execution by firing squad in 1915. That, of course, ended her career. A mountain that high in this part of the world means glaciers. We did not attempt to climb the entire mountain but contented ourselves to stay around 6,000 feet. There we could admire the Ghost Glacier, the Cavell Glacier and Lake,and the Angel Glacier. It was a rainy day, so we were in the clouds and could not see the top of Mount Edith Cavell. In fact, driving up in the clouds on a narrow, twisty mountain road is an interesting experience. Thank goodness we now have good brakes! The highlight of the day for Jim was not the beautiful scenery but a sighting of a wolf. It is a rare sight so he is quite proud of himself.