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Travel Blogs from Canmore
... took us round to see the wolves they had which were trained to like people but not domesticated they still lived in a pack in the Forrest. I immediately feel in love with several and asked Adam for a wolf! we learned a lot from crazy hunchback and signed petitions to stop hicks killing the wolves for bounties! after lots of squeals and hand clapping Adam said we gad to keep going!
Then Banff!!!!! we arrived at our hotel sleepy and hungry! well ...
... developed a common central belief – Treat others as you would have them treat you. As we are studying history on this trip I am amazed at how man developed and how much of the laws and beliefs of 6,000 years ago are still directly with us today. What seemed like eons ago now feels like a short skip to the past.
The lecture took our minds off the long night. Kristi fell asleep. Banff is both a city and a National Park ...
... are all well named.
The Canadians have a clever way of trying to finish off the tourists who ride their bikes by swapping the front and back brakes around from what you are used to. When you pull on either brake at speed and hear the wheel lock up you know you are in for an amazing ride.
Having raced around for an hour and a half Rich heads for home and a drink. Dylan is super impressed by the bike, as Rich is. We head back, ...
... where they jumped from there galloping horses landing on the steer and wrestling it to the ground to tie it up! Bareback bucking horse riding, saddled bucking horses, (they looked like they were ragged dolls being flung about on the horse- serious whip lash I reckon), barrel racing, and my personal favourite riding a full grown, huge, raging, bronking bull....with horns..... Are they insane????? There were a few near misses and a few kicks in the buttocks I can tell you, ...
Long drive to the edge of Dawson city today. Crossed into Alaska and over some lonely border crossings to drive "the top of the world highway"-instead of crossing the mountains the easy way (thru the valleys), this highway follows the ridge of the hills - stunning ...
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