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... Mountains, churning past such awesome places as “The Devil's Elbow’ and “The Hornet’s Nest.’ Men and supplies were freighted upstream, furs and gold downstream. A quarter century of color and excitement began to fade in 1912, as the Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad neared completion.” The river today ...
... the wash room was flushed there was a little puff of . . . well, not so fresh air!! :-(
We had the pleasant surprise of having Natalie as a train attendant on this run! She got on in Winnipeg and was our car attendant on the way out! Later in the ride, she gave Carol a bag of fresh fruit just before getting off the train!
We had several freight train delays along the way. There was one stop in the middle of no where . . . where they let us off ...
... Bear Lake Provincial Park on the left--it was a very pretty lake. We have come to the area where they are clear cutting. Whole sections of trees in this area are dead due to the pine bark beetle. God is it ugly. It they get a drought up here, they could have a heck of a wild fire. We just passed several more lakes. Where the heck are all the moose??!! They also have some pretty white birch trees which you don't see much of anymore. A lot of trees in the US have ...
... was somehow familiar -- livestock farms raising Herefords in large hay fields cleared from the forests and the bogs which carpet the high plateau. As I drove I filled the farmhouses with stories of the pioneers and indians who lived here in the late 19th century, drawing on a book of anecdotes I had picked up in Clinton. After the Gold Rush of 1861 petered out, the men stayed on. They brought their families out, and started farming. Within a ...
... from Hwy 16, although parking is in a former gravel pit and does not lend itself to stops by people traveling in motor homes! We decided it would not be safe to park on the side of the road and backtracked from a rest stop about 20 km further down the road. (We missed the first possible stop and had to go to a second one. With a car in tow we can't turn around easily). Traveling east we would not have had to go as far. The trail ...
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