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.
After a long drive from the Grasslands
National Park, we reached Waterton Lakes National Park in the late
afternoon. Travel days so far have usually included rain; in fact, I
blew my battery charger when too much moisture invaded it under the
Used the laundromat to reduce the
mounds of dirty clothes and pickup supplies while planning a move ...
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 ...
... was a nice, very old hotel. The views from the back were amazing. Before leaving on our trip, we had researched the hotel and considered doing the Afternoon Tea there. It was $30 per person. After seeing the set-up, we decided we could do without tea and ...