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Travel Blogs from Pincher Creek
... 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 ...
... picking Saskatoons (yum!); going to the creek and enjoying play dates at home. Fun!Fun!Fun!
We leave you with some summer pictures we hope you will enjoy. I suppose it is because our seasons seem short that we enjoy them all the more, especially our fleetingly, sweet summers. Enjoy then, while you still can!
Dominique,Tom, Hanne & Liliane
... saw more cops than in our entire time in Canada. A couple of them were going someplace with lights and sirens. We never saw the commotions they were heading for. We’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. This road is something everyone should see!
From what we read, the GTS road is kind of like the Golden Gate Bridge in that it is constantly being maintained. We were stopped for about 20 minutes waiting for one-way ...
... directions to a local tire shop that had heat shrink (the helpful, octogenarian called the tire shop for us). Since we walked to the wal-mart we just walked to the tire shop. It couldn’t have been more than a mile – Brian whining and complaining the whole way! They had heat shrink but it was too large for our application. Once again aiming our bodies 45 degrees into the wind, we headed back to the hotel to perform the repair with ...
... were responsible for washing their own dishes at every meal.
After lunch we went up the hill to find some smooth rocks for rock painting. We painted rocks to leave a little of our own reflections at the camp. We placed the rocks around the buffalo wallow (where the buffalos roll around in the dirt) or around the fire pit.
Once done with our rock painting we took a short hike around the reservation where Riel, ...