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TravelPod Member ReviewsRedstreak Campground Kootenay National Park
Amenities good but noisy campers spoilt the night. Dry firewood available at a cost.
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... place for Indians - the First Nation - and later became a site where ochre was mined, roasted, ground and then sent by railroad to Vancouver to be used as paint pigment by the white men. However it retains a real feel of somewhere with history and Indian influence.
There and back was a lovely riverside walk but we all got hot. We forgot to being the bear bell and were warned by a fellow hiker to make noise as we walked. Some singing, ...
... there are a number of ranches where the work with horses and cattle is being done the same way as century ago.
Finally, we are at the Spray Lakes. We had to eventually come from the north from Canmore, because the mountain south route is still closed after the spring floods, so we had to drive additional 100 km. Yeah this is Canada, if there is detour, add rather hundreds of kilometers instead of few of them as we know it from Europe.Later that night we camped at ...
... br> I have accepted that I hit the tree and broke my ankle.
I remember when I was 17 and fell off my motorbike and broke my hand. My mum took me to the hospital and we waited 5 hours for it to be put in plaster. While sitting waiting for the doctor I said to my mum that was the best day of motorbike riding.
Before I broke my ankle I had some of the best snowboarding days I ...
... It was a pretty aggressive bug but the worst of it cleared up after about four days, leaving me feeling as strung out as a withdrawing heroin addict. Shame really, as I had looked forward to having a legitimate excuse for staying in bed on New Year's Eve. I am a die-hard hater of this particular holiday and always end up being angry drunk, weepy and maudlin over the disappointments, regrets and non-achievements of the past year(s). If only it were socially ...
... fee or the fire wood for $8.00). The campground alone was $21.50 per night for one vehicle. But, we had it way better than one guy. We saw a semi that was jackknifed so sharply that the tractor squeezed back under the trailer. Just another lesson that you have to be careful playing in the mountains.
Dinner was a chicken and broccoli stir-fry at château Delong. We chatted with Mom and Charles about silly stuff like when we went to a hypnotizing show at the Kitsap ...