Heritage Inn in Pincher Creek
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... her to day care, just
down the hallway. We both love the proximity and chance glimpses of
each other on those days. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, grand-maman is
on duty while Fridays are spent with Daddy, grocery shopping and
going to music classes or just playing and hanging out together. In
September, Tom reached a milestone birthday (his 50th) and celebrated
his birthday twice, in the summer with close classmates Doug ...
... those signs are there for a reason.) I’m also amazed by the variety of shapes, sizes and colors of campers and tents. I saw a tent pitched on top of an SUV. I saw a tent that looked like it had four rooms. I even saw a tent that was attached to a full-sized van (like it was trying to eat it). And, two nights ago I saw a family of four sleeping under the stars on top of one giant air mattress. The mattress was lying next to their tent. Go ...
... We decide then and there that kerosene will never be used again.
In Waterton Lakes, is an old railway hotel: Prince of Wales Hotel. It sits on a cliff above the park with amazing views of the lake and the mountains. We drove up to take a look at the hotel and to sit and enjoy the view (along with many others). While sitting there, we realized that getting to Calgary the next morning for Leon's 10 o'clock meeting (early morning, 3 hour drive, flood construction, ...