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Travel Blogs from Pincher Creek
... Liliane's third birthday as well as her first Canada
Day as a Canadian citizen!
Over the past year,
Liliane has become quite independent, transitioning from her crib in
our bedroom, to her own bed and bedroom. She is dressing herself and
has left her high chair and most importantly, is loving her EL class
and day care group. Twice a week, we rise early together and enjoy
eating breakfast in my classroom before ...
... the first portion of our visit at Crandell Mountain campground with minimal facilities and incredible views of the mountains and bears frolicking on the slopes! Needless to say, while in bear country you keep food put away and the bear spray handy! We hiked up to Lake Crandall (with Mom ever vigilant for bears) and strolled around the small lake. The next day we embarked on a rather windy bike tour along the Kootenai Brown Trail which begins in the town ...
... difference. She had retired a few months previous and was just traveling the country enjoying time away from the paint fumes.
Once underway we had virtually no traffic in front of us. At a National Park that is a big deal!
As we neared the end of the GTS road we turned around and did it again. Along the way Dana was nearly hit by a Golden bear. Brian didn’t realize it, but he’d frightened the roadside bear. ...
... br> Canadians are crazy about ice cream. There are ads for ice cream everywhere, and little ice cream kiosks in the most remote places.
They are also apparently fond of golf. There are golf courses everywhere.
Here in prairie land, they call cattle guards “Texas fences”. The highway markers actually say “Texas Fence”.
They have 94 octane gas here, almost always on its own pump. It’s ...
... trap them during a hunt. We then continued to an overlook of a field where Eagles are often found soaring. We did not see any this time. We could also see fields of windmills, which there have been some controversy over. Some people don’t like them because they take away from the scenery while others are concerned that they are killing too many bats that happen to fly into them, which has caused a large increase in the ...