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... Drove further west to turnoff south to Pincher Creek. This is a strange place too as it had this big mall where we had lunch and bought supplies, but there were no people there. Two huge hotels for accommodation but don't know why! Main part of town was further along and seemed fairly normal. Drive South to Waterton was impressive as you are looking directly at the mountains as they get closer. This is our second WH site for the day. ...
At the U.S. customs on the way back they asked me about fruits and vegetables. Draw your own conclusions. He also asked my occupation (none), then asked if I was smuggling anything back into the country to sell to supplement my income since I’m not employed. Then he chuckled. I never know how to react to guys who wear a gun for a living – laugh, or just say 'yessir’ and hope to get out alive? Long story short: I got ...
The park is more crowded than I realized. That, and the construction adds a lot of time to getting around. For whatever reason, by the time I got to Logan Pass Visitors’ Center to start my hike this morning there was no parking left in the lot. It looked like the mall on Christmas Eve, with people stalking the lot and trying to spot people walking to their cars.
That’s not my idea of ...
... too good. We all ate a small bite before bed.
These treats are so special to us on the road. First of all they remind us of home. Second, this is a Christmas cookie in our home so the scent alone brings back warm memories. Third, it makes me feel normal – baking, making something that we like that we can’t buy in a store. And fourth, it is a delicious treat. So I am always happy when I can bring a special little something back into our lives. ...
... plumbing but the community is close knit,
especially considering it is only occupied from late Spring to early Fall.
A forest fire almost burned
the camp but was stopped by heroic effort of the forest service fire fighters
including units from Canada. Before we
left, the deer that we had followed showed up at the camp and Pam and Sue were
glad to see it since they have had a mountain lion in the area and having the ...