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... boys opted to sleep late, so we left them at the hotel. The U.S./Canadian border crosses the middle of the lake. We had to show our passports again once we got to Goat Haunt and passed a certain point.
The tour was pretty good and the lake is really nice, mostly cliffs coming straight down into green water. It was cloudy and windy, and there were a lot of retirees on the cruise, so we had plenty of room up on the top ...
... kayaks out yesterday and kayaked Cameron Lake to the far side of the lake, which resides in the good old USA. We hiked up to Red Rock Canyon; this is what this park is known for. Got Kimmie out of bed early so we could avoid a lot of people, and get some pictures with out all the people in them. Kimmie was a gamer, even though mornings are not her cup of tea. Took about pictures then came back to load them on computer and grab ...
... the drivers would jam them into gear. Originally built by the White Motor Company, the internal workings of the busses were completely overhauled in the late '90s by the Ford Motor Company so they no longer have the standard transmissions but the winter berry red and black exterior is all authentic.
It was an all day tour so we covered a lot of ground. The road has numerous pull-outs and we stopped along the way at ...
... blocked the road, so we had to wait for them to move. We then had a easy entry true Canadian Customs compared to our experience last year on our Maritimes caravan.
A few miles down the road, we entered the Waterton Lakes National Park. As we were driving toward Waterton, we spot the Lynch's riding their bikes on a bike path next to the road so we know we are in the right place!
We then proceed through ...
... dogs. Upon getting back to the campgrounds there was another herd, this time they were mountain sheep.
The day was nice and sunny but our next day was very cold and starting to shower. Before leaving we thought we would take the dogs into town for a good run , found out later a big black bear came thru just behind where we were camping. GOOD THING THE DOGS WERE'NT THERE!!!!!!
Off to Vulcan to lay Mom to rest at her homestead.