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... to my gate and was one of the last ones to board the plane. The flight was flawless, unlike my flight from Chicago to Boston, and once I was on the plane I just wanted to go home. It was so good to see everyone waiting for me at Schiphol and suddenly Boston, Edmonton and everything else seemed really far away. I had been waiting for quite a while to give everyone a massive hug and I was just so happy to be back!! These six months I spent studying and travelling around the USA and ...
... border we fully expected to be paying duty on the amounts over our limits allowed to return to Canada but it seems my honest face convinced the customs officer to forego the duties and waved us through, despite being over by approximately $2000. It may have helped that we didn't have any alcohol or cigarettes to claim.
After leaving Great Falls and coming across the border into Canada was much like driving into Mexico, all of a sudden it was ...
... coal..... you have heard about oil sand, right? The north of Edmonton is the place where this huge extraction is happening. Oil was here discovered right after the Second World War, in 1947. That triggered a huge influx of population that still did not stop , and in fact continues to grow. Edmonton as a city was founded in 1905 , when it was still on the banks of the River North Saskatchewan where first settlers lived in primitive tents. After the war, Edmonton had over ...
... bed so that I can sit and organize the suitcases. First order of business is to decide what is going in the third bag. That decided and the bag filled I move to organizing the smaller suit case and then the larger one. I leave a lot of room in each one that is soon filled with souvenir t-shirts and other things; some for us, some for our kids, and some for co-workers. I try to make it a habit to pick up something small for the people at ...
... or just put in ear buds!
As soon as the bunks are returned to seats, we'll have to get our bags reorganized . . . . for our departure. Then, we’ll be able to get them off and into a rental car . . . and begin our exploration. Our hotel is about 4 miles from the train station . . . .
Many of the photos here are on the way into Jasper. The constantly moving and changing view of nature's work is just wonderful!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services