Heritage Inn in Pincher Creek
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Wes and I crossed into Canada yesterday. The weather was not great, with 4 miles visibility and rain on his route north, but only a few showers on my route northwest. The customs process with the Canadians was simple and pleasant. Then it rained as we sat in the field ready to depart. I say field, as the runway on the border, Del Bonita, is a long field which hadn't been cut in over a month.
... a couple of miles further and saw another bear, then a few more miles and another bear, and then a few more miles and a mother bear and her two cubs. We then arrived at the Canyon to see some beautiful rock formations. As we drove back to the campground, we spot another bear and see the same grizzly we saw as we entered. What a day!
Friday, the Lynch's drove to Cameron Lake to kayak. We took Molly and drove to Cameron ...
For his part, Tom worked
“ like the dickens” this year, both at home and on jobs which
took him as far and wide as Calgary and Bow Island. He continues to
amaze with his efficiency and incredible work ethic, those working
alongside him on job sites. Tom is our rock, our provider and
protector. He (literally) keeps the home fires burning, is the
producer of fine wine and I am constantly in awe with his ability to
... and a round of general approval from the mainly Canadian audience. We asked a friend exactly what is a nemo bar and were quickly corrected. It is, we were assured, a nanaimo bar and it is one of the greatest of sweet treats and just the thing to have with coffee.
I got the impression that nanaimo bars (slices in Ozspeak) are like lamingtons; a sweet comfort carried forward from childhood, made by grandmothers and sold at ...
... is one of the fun things about going to National Parks. Everyone is so friendly!
Waterton - The town that we are staying in, while going to the park, is right in the park! So there have been several times while walking the streets that we have seen mule deer. They have been so close that Paul says he could punch one right in the nose. It is a little scary to be walking so close to wildlife. But ...