Causeway Bay Hotel Sparwood
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
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We knew that the drive from Canmore to Fernie would be long, over 300km, especially done two days in a row but it was completely worth it to catch up with some old friends, the Nanningas. They used to live in Raurimu, 5 minutes from National Park, a few years ago but had migrated to Canada, Kent's home country. We left Georgia with Melvyn and Jocelyn for the two days we were going to be gone, she was pleased and they seemed happy to have her. It is amazing how ...
+ Day 6. Saturday 16th August. Sparwood to Lower Harvey Creek. We were sad to leave Sparwood and chuckles at the campsite but it was going to be a long hard day so we had a reasonably early start. We are getting more adventurous with our cook set and started the day with a very yummy cheese omelette. The first 21 miles were on paved road (a real treat) but the relentless head wind made it very hard going. We both had a sense of humor ...
... busiest one! Chuckles at the campsite reception dealt with us without a smile and sent us to our allocated spot. As we arched away from the highway towards a lovely wooded area we reproached ourselves for being unkind. Then the track arched back towards the highway and we found our spot..less than 20metres from the highway. Oh joy. The sign above the door suddenly made sense..."no same day ...
... and gravel tracks. Here Nadine managed to fall off, producing a worrying image of a glove pouring with blood. After a hug from Matt, everything seemed better, as you would expect. Evidence of the flooding from 2013 which washed out the route is still very apparent with numerous bridges down and we made our first water crossing before our first pushing of bikes uphill - something which has proved exhausting with so much weight on the bike. We reached ...
... expect to proceed) and getting breakfast at the local Menonite bakery, we hit the road around noon once again under overcast skies and rain. We’re getting used to it by now and it looks like we’re going to need to as the forecast calls for wet conditions for another few days.
Our border crossing was uneventful, other than the Canadian border guard informing Claudio that his passport has expired. He was fine letting Claudio pass ...