Holiday Inn Express and Suites Medicine Hat
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... the potential long drive to pick them up (around four hours each way!)
So we set off early and made our way to Medicine Hat, it's basically prarie land....very flat and super dry with loads of crop farms. Like a Western movie with lots of horses and everything! Also home of the largest Tepee!
With a few stops for fuels and food we arrived at the park and collected up the eggs.....there were 23 eggs ...
... the groom's education, employment and that of parents!! - and fill 2 full pages -- and Im told wedding gifts are archaic!! - the one wedding 'write-up' stressed that the groom had been understood to be a committed bachelor! - I think gifts are welcome in NY City!!
Flight Calgary-MH reminded me of a flight in Africa - similar small plane and 'weight' was asked
to sit in the front seats (total of about 10 passengers) so you know ...
... at the Real Canadian Superstore and then had lunch at the Tourist Information Centre, where the big attraction was the playground.
After lunch, we drove to Cypress Hills. There was a great Visitor Information Centre, complete with an (indoor) fishing pond for the kids. Before heading to our campsite, we cooled off at the beach. Seta showed off her skill with her new soaker gun.
We had burgers for dinner and then got ready for ...
... good friends, the Findlay's from Edmonton (we camped with them for 3 nights in PEI on our cross Canada adventure in 2010). This trip will also include a good chunk of time via ferry (a poor man's cruise!) as we travel thru the inner islands of the Alaska/ BC coast, getting off at a few locations to camp for a night or two.
We invite you to follow along as we try to blog our way across ...
... for centuries in hiding. Since it’s starting to drizzle pretty heavily I don’t even bother to get out of the car. I think I’ve seen enough. I could swear I heard a little giggle coming out of my laptop.
So I decide to head south toward Brooks. That’s the closest major town to the ‘Provincial Dinosaur Park’, which sounds interesting. But first I’ll do a little backtrack at Hwy. 1, to go see the First Nations ...