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... 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 ...
... tea tonight; the kind lady at Glacier Suites had given us some plates and bowls. We had also arranged to use their toaster in the mornings.
Tuesday 15 October
The wind had arrived. We walked up to Bear Hump for views over the lakes and the town. It was extremely windy up there. Then we drove via Pincher Creek and the Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump World Heritage Site. This was a very impressive interpretive experience and only $10 entry. It showed the history ...
... really meant as a stop over before hitting Glacier National park back in the US, but decided to stick around and see some of it... Once the weather cleared. The first day involved quite a lot of coffee and punching my laptop in the vain attempt it might start working again. Had moderate success, so backed up a few pictures and caught up with a few things before returning back to camp. This is the first point of the trip I found out I wasn't really prepared or equipped ...
... 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 ...