Heritage Inn in Pincher Creek
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... walk. After the look out was the 5 levels of exhibits and information about the way of life of the people throughout the seasons, and the buffalo as well. It took you right through when the settlers arrived with horses, until the buffalo had pretty much disappeared.
A very interesting part of their history, and since we visited we have noticed other buffalo jump sites on maps and in info centres. Definately worth the detour.
Tuesday, December 23,
Dear family and friends,
I am grateful and love
that, despite the fact that there are just “two sleeps” before
Christmas, you will receive our Christmas blog on time! As I write to
you, the sun is just rising and the rest of our little family is
sleeping peacefully again, having each taken their dose of cough
syrup...the season of giving began early this year... could be worse!
Despite all our bravado, Team Elephant can be decidedly woosey when it comes to weather. Although we don't let our schedule be dictated by weather, and we tend to get on and do what we had planned without regard to the weather, I am often guided by some advice my father gave me as a young man. One fractious night in the bar of a country pub, when I was about to slip off the bar stool at the invitation of a local, he put his hand on my arm and ...
... day to continue to the provincial capital Victoria. We returned to Nanaimo a couple of days later but our plans for an original nanaimo bar were thwarted when I stopped at an auto parts place to buy a replacement M8 screw and we ended spending an hour chatting with locals rather than drinking coffee and eating sweet treats.
Oh well, we spent the next few days exploring the island west and north to Port Hardy, the dog-eared ...
... Liliane's third birthday as well as her first Canada
Day as a Canadian citizen!
Over the past year,
Liliane has become quite independent, transitioning from her crib in
our bedroom, to her own bed and bedroom. She is dressing herself and
has left her high chair and most importantly, is loving her EL class
and day care group. Twice a week, we rise early together and enjoy
eating breakfast in my classroom before ...