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... her to day care, just
down the hallway. We both love the proximity and chance glimpses of
each other on those days. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, grand-maman is
on duty while Fridays are spent with Daddy, grocery shopping and
going to music classes or just playing and hanging out together. In
September, Tom reached a milestone birthday (his 50th) and celebrated
his birthday twice, in the summer with close classmates Doug ...
... 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 ...
... beer. We packed one back to Canada.
This place also had a gas station and while we were there we had the once in a lifetime opportunity so see a man’s man’s RV. It was actually called MAN. See our photos, then visit this site for pictures that will blow you away.
The GTS road now checked off, we headed back to Pincher Creek, Alberta where we had an easy border crossing.
For dinner we ...
... we are getting better mileage.
Tim Horton’s. They are everywhere. They are everything. Tim Horton was a Canadian hockey player who died in 1974. In 1964 he started a “fast – casual” coffee and doughnuts place. It’s now Canada’s largest fast food chain. It’s kind of like a Quiznos meets Krispy Kreme meets burger joint. In Canada, Horton’s is bigger than McDonalds. Over 3000 stores! They ...
... There is work being done to help make the windmills safer to help minimize the deaths of bats. This was the end of our hike and took us back to camp just in time for dinner. Dinner tonight was spaghetti, rolls, Cesar salad, and fresh fruit.
After dinner we went up to the arbor to listen to an Elder speak about how natives get their names, dreams, and how they obtain the rights to certain aspects of native ...
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