Econo Lodge & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... is a long 13 km. 30 km later I run out of gas. WTF? Tom goes for gas. Someone stops in a pick up truck and asks if I need help. That's ok. Thanks. I have someone already helping me. 3 minutes later someone pulls up on a red street glide and said here you go buddy. I got your gas. Huh? Lee was at the gas station when Tom pulled in and didn't want him to spill the gas on a packed bike so he drove it back for me. Thanks Lee. I was less ...
... out fantastic. (Smores are up for cooking in about 20 minutes). Lauren cooked up some rice and corn for dinner, and I grilled the chicken I had marinating for the last 2 days. Dinner was great!
The drive was beautiful - definitely on the scale of Alaska, and even more grand in some areas. We saw lots of mountain goats, an elk, and even a ram.
We have about 1800 miles to go....one day at a time, just one more ...
... head into Lake Louise. The views from the hotel are out of this world. I really enjoyed the hotel lobby and décor. Pete Dykstra would have really liked the trophies on the wall. It was about noon so we headed back to the coaches for lunch. What a great view from our front windshield. Great shot of Dave and Kathleen at lunch relaxing.
Now on to the Columbia Icefields Parkway. The views in this section are about the best so far. At the Icefield Center, ...
... in Banff, but it was splendid inside. To get to the lake and the hotel, we parked in a motor home park and walked through the woods where the snow was about 18 to 24 inches deep. On the way we laughed because there was this chalet type house that had electric icicles hung from the roof. So do you think they don’t get enough REAL icicles that they need to use electric ones? Our laugh for today!
The ice fields are miles ...
... I was cautiously concerned.
We followed the directions he gave us and found the most professional looking oil change and big rig wash facility I’ve ever seen. It was clear that this was their main business and that they took pride in their service. There was no appointment required; they could easily handle our rig. We were in and out in 30 minutes at a cost of $56. The service bay technicians ...