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Travel Blogs from Pincher Creek
... br> and again in Bonaire, with diving buddies.
Although we do not see
you all as much as we would like, we think of you often and feel
blessed to have you be a part of our lives. Please stay in touch and
we wish you all health and happiness in 2014!
Tom, Dominique, Hanne and
xoxoxoxo (typed for you
by Liliane's little “orange juice” fingers...:-) )
... to the entrance of the park (we managed 5km before the wind won and we ran out of steam!)
Our second half of our stay we camped at the Townsite Campground as the other campground closed for the season. The boys celebrated Tuesday September 4th in style by having dessert at the Prince of Wales Hotel overlooking the lake and mountains, while having a not-back-to-school party! Our second and most challenging hike so far in our travels was up ...
... to eat a tuna salad in our room. We had purchased groceries the day before and put lettuce, cherries and grapes into the refrigerator. When we got back from Glacier it was all frozen solid. ****. Well, at that point we felt obligated to walk all 100 yards… oops, sorry… 100 metres, to the nearby pizza and steakhouse. After pizza we had to walk past an A&W restaurant so we were similarly obliged to enjoy root beer ...
... with Wendy’s, Cold Stone Ice Cream… I mean, they are everywhere. We had a burger and fries at one and there was nothing spectacular about it. However, while there we bumped into a couple on a Gold Wing trike that we’d met on a ferry a few days previous.
In some stores you rent grocery carts (aka shopping buggies). You insert a Canadian dollar coin (called a Loonie… two dollar coins are called ...
... was very interesting and the students were amazing listeners. Then we headed down to the fire pit to have a bonfire and make s’mores!
Rise and shine! This morning we had breakfast burritos and more fresh fruit! Right after breakfast, we headed to Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump. This is where the Blackfoot People would drive the buffalo off a cliff and use every single part of the animal for ...