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... I failed on both points so did not walk with the wolves :( Drove into Golden around 5.30 and went to town to look round. Had a walk on the Kicking Horse Pedestrian Bridge. "Spanning the river of the same name at 46 meters (151 feet) across, it’s the longest freestanding timber frame bridge in Canada. Planned as a community event in 2001, over 100 members of the Timber Framers Guild came from the US, Europe and all over Canada to help raise ...
... well its just different isn't it. We both had heaps of fun....our clothes were full of mud, but our faces were wreathed in smiles!!! As had been arranged with the package tour, we drove 2 minutes up the road and joined the afternoon White Water Rafting. We first had a BBQ lunch on the banks of the Kicking Horse River, got kitted up and then got into the rafts. The river was running at about a level 3 at one time going over a 7 foot drop, which was fun but apparently in high season it ...
... injury was a turn signal bulb that left its mount inside the housing. A quick Phillips screwdriver application took care of that.
We took a ton of photos and only posted a few here. To see them all visit https://picasaweb.google.com/1026112563 01846723874/20120717Canada2012?authuser =0&feat=directlink
Stats: Depart 1040. Return 2100. Average speed 55. Total miles 313. Miles to date ...
Nadine set her alarm for 7 am so that she could check out the Rotary Loop Trail in the morning before we went to Kicking Horse River Resort and up to the Grizzly Bear Refuge. According to the map, there was a large loop, which followed the river and then came back along the outskirts of town. Unfortunately, the non-riverbank portion of the trail was mostly underwater, so Nadine doubled back the way she had come. It was great, however, to get out for some morning ...
... Class 3-4 rapids started and they were huge. One part in particular was called the rollercoaster and we went straight through it. If there wasn’t a rope to hold onto in the middle of the raft, I would have come out as we went airborne. It wasn’t that scary, but pretty exciting. Luckily no one made an early exit and we floated the last part under a high road bridge to the exit point. I was pretty tired by that point and rested on the bus back ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting