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... already 2:30.”
We walk along the boardwalk and the next building of interest in the Tin Shop. It says “open” but a sign in the window says “gone for lunch.” Jim turns the door knob – it is locked. We continue along the boardwalk. Across the street there is a school teacher doing an introduction to school at Fort Steele. We watch from the bench we have found but do not join in. The wagon full of ...
... and some highlights of the area. “You are in room #8. I turned on the air conditioner for you so the room will be nice and cool.” I hope you have a pleasant stay with us. We say goodnight, and head for our room. It is the cutest place I have ever stayed; clean, nicely decorated and very inviting. I am excited to stay here and luck us we will be here two nights. Now it’s time for some shut-eye as tomorrow we head for Fort ...
After making our own breakfast for the first time in over a week we headed to historic Main Street, Fort Macleod. It was a quick visit as the buildings are ...
... had out on another spectacular tour. Winding up from Cranbrook our first stop was at St Eugene a First Nations people owned Resort and Championship Golf course. Started around 1890's it was first a mission after the successful sale of mining claims by the natives and the local catholic priest a church and large building was build. The large stone building was mission, orphanage and school. The First Nation people know own and run the area, the buildings and grounds ...
... I took a weekend to do so and had a lovely time.
Cranbrook is situated in the middle of the 16 km (10 mile) broad Rocky Mountain Trench in southeastern British Columbia, close to Alberta and Idaho, The relatively level ground of the Cranbrook town-site and "big sky" openness this bestows belie the majestic mountains that frame the valley and dominate the region -- the Purcell Range to ...