Rocky Mountain B&B
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... They will miss us I think. We have been so lucky to find such a humble little community.
Tues 18th Nov
Today i got a few jobs done, I purchased a new lot of travel insurance, banked cheques, paid another round of rent for Big White and packed my bags. Our last night in the Tannas home, we had a little supper and then Bree and I watched Frozen with the kids until they went to bed. Jon had hockey practice so he ate with us then picked me up on his way home, so ...
... at the snowy pine trees. It was very pretty. I wanted to go on a hike up to Lake Louise but was feeling a bit nervous about going on my own in the snow with a bit of a fuzzy head. And bears. I did need to buy a hat though so I took a stroll down the road to the tiny shopping centre. The very short walk there was just gorgeous in the snow A little river, red cabins, snowy pine trees and mountains all around. Incredible. But I hadn't seen anything yet.
Banff, the first an brief stop on our unemployed adventures, is an unreal town in the province of Alberta. Driving into the town almost 360 degrees is surrounded by mountains as gigantic as you could imagine. Elk walk down the street as if they are humans and Asian tourists line the walkways 'oo-ing and ah-ing' whilst snapping away. We manages to so a few hikes and touristy adventures while we were ere for this short period. After picking up our season passes ...
The morning was frosty in Banff but clear and we checked out of our hotel and got into the car to head to Calgary. We stopped for coffee at Tim Hortons and some Timbits , these are the bits that are cut out of the centre of the donuts and they come in various flavours . The coffee was ordinary as we expected and the Timbits were just donuts but smaller. As we got closer to Calgary the countryside became a a ...
... This at a time when the average weekly wage was about 50c!! Needless to say, he made a fortune from his catch. However, some time later, his wife found a receipt from a Japanese company that creates monstrous models, this particular one being the product of combining a monkey skeleton with half a tuna and some whale bones. The monster was entirely artificial, but removed the hoodoo hanging over the lake and firmly established ...