Econo Lodge & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... taking some time to travel and volunteer. We don't really have anything tying us down, so if we're going to take a big trip, this is the time to do it. So we are jumping right in! "We" (a loosely used term) will be keeping this blog during our trip for multiple reasons. 1. To keep our moms happy that we haven't been murdered and are being safe and keeping in touch (whenever possible!) 2. Then we only have to type 1 blog ...
Woke up this morning, got ready and packed up the car. We had breakfast in the hotel restaurant finishing around 9.30. We got on the road around 11 and stopped to get fuel on our way out of Kamloops. We took the #5 Southern Yellowhead Highway through Barriere, Little Fort and on to Clearwater.
We stopped at the Clearwater Wells Gray Information Centre, but unfortunately it was closed. But they did have some signs which pointed us in the ...
This entry is mostly to share some pictures. Saturday, July 14, 2012, we are in Hinton, Alberta having travelled through Banff and Jasper national parks yesterday. We camped in Bow Valley Campgrounds Thursday night and experienced a good thunderstorm. Friday we drove through Banff and Jasper National Parks and we did ...
Tuesday, May 22, 2012 and we are more than half way to Alaska and this the 15th day of this trip. We have 9 days left. Today we left our campsite and before we could get organized enough to have the camera ready, two elk came walking up the road. We missed the picture. About an hour and a half later while driving on the Bow Valley Parkway, we stopped at a park to take some pictures and a very large elk walked up and started grazing. ...
... from the path. The area east of Jasper, and here in the mountains, has certainly received more rain that we did in Jasper! The path led past the old pool building and on to the outlet of the springs. Although we could smell a little sulfur, I was surprised that there was not more evidence of sulfur collecting on the rocks. The site of the spring is in a narrow valley with very steep walls with many cracks and clefts in the rock. ...