Big Horn Inn
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The previous day we had actually crossed over from BC to Alberta so today we continued northwest from the Ice Fields to Jasper and then on to a provicial campground near Grande Cache, moving out of the land of majestic mountains and glaciers to the land of never ending evergreen trees of various types of all the same height. (My uncle Gary (one of the Johnsons) knows the names of every one of these species of ...
Well, not too much to report on today, except for miles and miles (and miles) of driving. By late morning, we had made it to Dawson's Creek: home of Mile 0 of the Alaska Highway and not much else. We took an obligatory picture under the sign. The landscape had gone from mountainous to quite flat as we headed west, which made for easier, if not less inspiring driving. Perhaps the real victory of the day was finding ...
I have stayed in many nice places in the cold northern snowy parts of Canada. Here are some of the places that I stayed in 2014. A few of the times I had my own shack which came with its own kitchen living room and office all in one room and then bedroom with en suite ...
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* Sex Nerd Sandra
* Nick Offerman's Paddle Your Own Canoe
* Superfreakanomics by Levitt & Dubner
* Think Like A Freak also by Levitt & Dubner
* Loveline with Dr. Drew and Adam Carolla
Our time in the Canadian Rockies has, sadly, come to an end. We had originally planned on driving from Jasper to Dawson Creek in one day. The distance is a do-able 327 miles but we made the group decision to get part of the drive out of the way today.
We left the Whistler Campground in Jasper at check out time - 1100. After all, we had paid 38.20 a night for our full hookup sites ...