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... contributes to the moisture. The country is very flat predominately spear grass prairies, once home to buffalo herds and Indians, with the only trees to be found are around the homes, which look typically American. There are a quite a few Quaker barns and the properties appear neat, tidy and well presented. There were a number of teepee rings on the banks of the Bow River. (the rocks that were used as the base). The land is being bought by the Dutch, who are paying big money - $1m ...
... missed a turn off and added about 15 / 20 mins to my journey - opps!).
I drove down the hill into the park and suddenly I was overwhelmed by the landscape. The rocks are referred to as hoodoos. The hoodoos were so numerous and magnificent I was overcome with a sense of awe. This landscape has taken years to develop and in that time many bones and fossils have been preserved. I felt so small, young and insignificant. ...
We wanted to be packed up and on the road by mid morning as we had a few stops to get in during the journey. We first headed through the Kootney National Park and on to Lake Louise to have a look at Sunshine ski hill. It looked like a fun mountain with lots of green tracks for beginners to take, even from the top of the mountain. The only thing we didn't like was the massive amount of people there. Then we drove ...
... lane road each way so you wouldn't have a head on collision like in WA with only one way highways. No trees on the side of the road to collide into and kill one self. The highway is always being resurfaced in section we see this all the way to Brooks and it is mainly at the entry to the main towns which slows everyone down. The speed is 110kms which is great just put on cruise control and steer no need to put your ...
... and the gave me the number of the Lethbridge hotel. The klerk was unable to dispatch me to housekeeping. I took our most precious stuff got in the car with Elles and drove back to Lethbridge.
We didn't speak for like half an hour, because Elles was very sad and we were worried about Inky. In the car, about halfway, I called again and this time they could confirm me that housekeeping did in fact found Inky and took care of him. Now ...