Econo Lodge & Suites
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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Finally could find a sign with a pass summit for the Crowsnest Pass 1'358m (4,455 ft), it was not well posted, however I was able to ask a nice lady to take my photo.
Day 3 will be a ride in the forecasted rain from Lethbridge Alberta to Moose Jaw Saskatchewan
... of the LaDell and Jo posterity helped get on the chow line. We visited, had campfires with s'mores, played volleyball, bocce ball, foxtail, visited, had an Olympic Games with the ever popular " Boot toss" complete with huge milk chocolate medals. We listened to stories about our grandparents, and for some, great grandparents they have never met. My Dad and his brothers and sister sure loved their parents and knew they were loved, learned the importance of hard work, ...
... things go well we can bring a larger group down there in the future. They are very structured and have many projects that groups can partake in. That's one thing we want to scope out while we are there. :-)
The orphanage is about 4 hours south of Belize City (where we fly into). We decided to rent a car to get to Punta Gorda instead of taking a little plane as the reviews all said it's a beautiful drive and ...
... Displays told us old and new theories. It had been thought that the beds of dinosaur bones happened when dead bodies were swept down by rivers. It is now believed that huge tropical storms drowned herds and their bodies were scavenged and rotted and the bones were later covered by mud. They also discussed the extinction of the dinosaurs – both the asteroid theory and another theory that they were already declining before that happened. It is currently being research by one ...
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Day 3 was the first overcast and rainy day we'd had. We were lucky though that there wasn't too much to see on our way to Winnipeg, so we didn't have to brave the weather to do some sightseeing. We made a couple stops along the way in Dryden and Kenora for a Tim Horton's break... of course. This was also the day that we crossed into the Central Time Zone, with the boundary being just past Thunder ...