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Travel Blogs from Pincher Creek
Sunday, January 12, 2014
Dear friends and family,
It is hard to believe
that over a year has flown by since we last wrote in our blog. Time
has become so precious and as a result, it has become challenging to
do all we would like. And so, albeit a little late, we share with you
our highlights of 2013. These included a heartwarming trip to
Montreal at Easter to visit the Plouffe family, seeing our friend ...
... Almost directly across from the harbor was the highlight of our outing. Several days earlier folks had seen two black bears fighting. The winner was now eating the other. We watched in awe as a huge black bear sat calmly eating his victim. By the time we returned at the end of our two-hour trip, little remained of the victim except a fur rug. And we always thought our NC black bears were herbivorous! ...
... usual, we headed to the front of the line where we joined a half-dozen other bikers and motorcyclists. It was here we encountered a gal on a BMW K1200RS that had a very detailed custom paint job (see photos). Turns out that she was the artist. She’d bought and sold a Harley Davidson, which she rode for nine years, and then got the BMW. The beemer was more money than she wanted to spend but the dealer let her paint some bikes to pay ...
... directions to a local tire shop that had heat shrink (the helpful, octogenarian called the tire shop for us). Since we walked to the wal-mart we just walked to the tire shop. It couldn’t have been more than a mile – Brian whining and complaining the whole way! They had heat shrink but it was too large for our application. Once again aiming our bodies 45 degrees into the wind, we headed back to the hotel to perform the repair with ...
... were responsible for washing their own dishes at every meal.
After lunch we went up the hill to find some smooth rocks for rock painting. We painted rocks to leave a little of our own reflections at the camp. We placed the rocks around the buffalo wallow (where the buffalos roll around in the dirt) or around the fire pit.
Once done with our rock painting we took a short hike around the reservation where Riel, ...