Fairmont Mountainside Vacation Villas
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sections of road in Alaska are in better shape than this!
An hour's drive brings us to the US/Canada Border. Canada restricts a lot of goods being imported into their country. Dogs must have current rabies certificates, and their food must be manufactured in the US. There's even a limit on the amount of prescription medications one can cross the border with.
With this in mind I feel that we are legal crossing the border. We ...
... first day on the white stuff. Cabin fantastic and fitted comfortably the 17 or so people staying here. Fingers handy work evident and was very keen to get the tool belt on once again. Kids having fantastic time in hot pools, on the slopes and tubing at night. How good is ...
Woke to a beautiful morning, our neighbors from Simi Valley are out and about. I will give credit to the guy, he is walking his dog and cat on a harness. I want to quote Greg's entry from his journal today. "Spectacular is the only word for the scenery on the Icefield Hwy. Majestic, rugged, incredible, awesome, pleasing, soothing, grand, bold. All this to remind me how small and ...
... but is certainly not limited to them. It seems that the beauty of the scenery is slightly second to how they will appear in the photo and the main focus of the camera is on the person. It can be quite annoying trying to get a perfect shot of an amazingly beautiful scene when there are people trying again and again to get themselves looking perfect in their photo!
For several days we travelled and camped in the parks of ...
... camera, that was of the exact sign we needed to see to head north instead of continuing east. Turns out we were too busy taking pictures to read highway signs - even when they're the same thing!
Fun Fun Fun! Once on the right road we were made in the shade heading for Whiteswan Lake Provincial Park. Navigation was dramatically more focused further on, as was driving attention so signs were ...