Causeway Bay Hotel Sparwood
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... line I can hear the witchety witchety call of the COMMON YELLOWTHROAT but it takes ages to see him.
On to Cranbrook and a walk through another wetland park. The RUDDY DUCK with his glowing blue bill, vibrant cinnamon sides and his upright tail are unmistakeable. Another Yellow-throat heard and eventually glimpsed. RING-NECKED DUCKS, MALLARDS and a pair of LESSER SCAUP ...
+ Day 5. Friday 15th August. Elkford to Sparwood. No bison on the lower Elk Valley Road today from Elkwood to Sparwood just roaring headwind for 28 miles! After four days of travelling through the wilderness, Sparwood came as a bit of a shock to the senses. The home of Teck, Canada's largest diversified Mining company, it lies on the intersection of three highways with the campsite dumped on the edge ...
ROUTE Day 1. Monday 11th August. Banff to Spray Lakes. The morning of our departure was even more preoccupied with faffing than these expeditions tend to be. Nadine got a puncture before we left the hotel room, Matt's handlebars felt wrong (it turns out that's what they feel like when carrying so much weight!), and we made feeble attempts to throw away things to reduce weight. Once on our way we left Banff past the iconic Banff Springs Hotel onto some ...
Today, our goal was to make it across the Canadian border and get part way to the Banff/Lake Louise area. Bonner's ferry is only about 60 miles or so from the border and we had the option of taking pavement, but Claudio would have none of it. He, once again, identified a dirt road that would deliver us within 10 miles of the border. After taking in the Brazil v. Chile game, (a valiant effort by the Chileans… Brazil is going to have to pick up their game ...
Sparwood was the first town we came to after going into British Columbia and we stopped at the Information Center. There on display was the world's biggest truck. We are still in coal mining country and this truck was used in mining until the transmission needed to be replaced and it was too expensive to do that - so they put it on ...