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Well, left Grand Forks headed towards Cranbrook. Oops.. Should have filled up first! On a half a tank of gas thought there would be more opportunities and cheaper down the road. Wrong! Got to Yahk, figured there was probably only one gas station. $1.99 a litre for regular and 2.99 for premium..!!! Yikes! Are you kidding me?? Anyway, slightly disgruntled, (ok, alot!) we gassed up, ...
... had found that morning. Poor Indie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! After approx. 4 or more baths he was shunned to the garage for the night sleeping arrangement.
After lots of laughs and a few drinks we set of the next day to Waterton Park in ...
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The drive through the pass was lovely. The ice is off most of the rivers and lakes but there is still snow on the slopes that gave wonderful relief to their contours. We were both tired so were glad to know that some of the parks in Cranbrook are open.
An evening walk on which we met Cranbrook Ed and a quick supper then an early to bed were the order of the day.
... a nasty cough, I was trying to keep layered.
The Buffalo Smash Interpretative centre is set into the hills in a very non obtrusive way. The parking is ...
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday saw Mindy back to work and our days were sent doing business (work never stops) and organising the next week of travels. We are planning to stay another week around The Rockies in the Banff area. We organised a game of Golf and the boys loved it, Scott won! Cranbrook population is around ...