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... town which we explored. The sun was setting as we made our way back to the house. Another round of foosball which went surprisingly well given the hour and tiredness of the kids. Kent was due home around 9pm from the coal mine but was held back to deal with a potential fire in one of the tunnels, we didn't manage to wait up for him. The next morning the Naninnga kids were able to skip school till lunchtime which our boys were thrilled with. We were pleased to see Kent ...
... saw Haystack creek falls. There are plants there called Bear Grass. We also saw a plant called weeping wall and a place called triple arches. On Big Foot Pass we saw a caribou. There was Overland Bend. Lunch creek area right past the visitor center. Jackson Glacier was named for William Jackson. Also has Jackson Hole Wyoming in his name. Western side of the road was completed last year. Still working on the eastern side, it is gravel now. Other trees there were Ponderosa ...
... to be amazing: great scenery, roads, and weather.
Bear sightings: we saw two black bear cubs and a brown bear cub.
stayed at a cool little sky town: Fernie. And we had it to ourselves. Great burgers and beer at the Brick House.
We will be leaving British Columbia tomorrow as we head into Montana. It has been an incredible trip full ...
Today we decided to try a new sport....curling!
Not sure what to expect as we had only seen a bit on the TV before but when we got there a tour guide (Neil a guy we meet alot around town) let us join his group and showed us a quick intro into how to curl.
You have 4 people on a team. One is the first person to send the stone down the lane, the second and third people are the sweepers and they sweep to keep the momentem of the stone going and the fourth stays at the ...
... get to wake upto that every day.
The only downsides to this place is we dont have a washing machine!! And every night between 11pm and about 2am the trains go past and blast their horns! They arnt like at home either, they are very long and very loud!! The can be around 1 to 2 kilometers in length and they keep us up with their horns!!
Overall we are both so happy with our new home. I love it.