Big Horn Inn
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... park that had a fire pit. Finally - we could eat our hot dogs. And eat them we did. They were delicious beyond words and only made better by the fact that we'd been looking for a place to cook them for the last day and a half. We'd found a fire pit a bit earlier in the day, but it was in a trailer park and we figured that might get awkward. Lesson learned: when the sign says 'park', it's implying a trailer park, ...
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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... 120 miles we pulled in to the visitor center parking lot in Grand Cache, Alberta. We inquired if the campground in town would accommodate rigs 'our' size and after being told yes headed a short distance down the road.
The campground was actually quite nice. The only problem was that the 30 amp power wasn't exactly 30 amps - it registered more like 17 amps. We weren't able to ...
... mountain that we have seen on the trip. took a few quick pics and we where back on the road headed for the 140 mile long Ice Field Parkway. We where only on it for a few miles till we had to stop for pics because of the amazing moutain scenery. A few stops later we ended at Columbia Glacier. We had a small hike to the top that has us wore out by the ...