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Underway at long last. We enjoyed a fairly uneventful, and thus perfect, first day driving from Calgary, AB to Cranbrook, BC. Many times and oft the refrain of "Where did Oregon go?" was heard but at this stage of the game it's amusing. I'm guessing that will change. We avoided a full-blown, dual-child meltdown thanks to Penny passing out from …
... the local attractions; hence the visit to Fort Steele.
The first stop was a quick visit to see the new filly that was only born 2 days ago. Living in the arctic, horses, turkeys, goats, and many other animals are extremely exciting for the kids to see and they had the chance to do so throughout the day. Then it was off to school. The teacher, Ms. Bailey, was extremely good at keeping in ...
... late check in. Then to top it off, it took him forever to get the rooms and keys sorted out. Thank goodness my gymnasts are troopers because it was about 1 am by the time they got in to bed. When you factor in the hour time change, that would be 2 am for them and yet everyone was ready to go 7.5 hours later.
This morning we spent 2.5 hours at the Radium Hot Springs swimming. ...
... Lake Wasa with one eye out for the Mounties, helmets are required here and guess what, no headgear. Also, we drove a few miles south to Fort Steele Heritage Town. This was a typical turn of the century town of the east Kootenays with over 60 restored or reconstructed buildings.
I give Wasa and Fort Steele three bars on the slot reel.
Signed DT & TT in BC -Splendor without ...
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 ...
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