Holiday Inn Express and Suites Medicine Hat
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Drove 300 Miles on the Trans Canada HWY. today. It is a little boring but so are all the other highways that cross the North America Prairie. A 1000 miles of nice 2 lane highway. Very little traffic and some unique small towns on the way west.
Our first clues that we were nearing the Rockies are the cute little prairie dogs running around. During lunch we watched some of this years babies chasing ...
... state capitol of Maryland.
Naval Academy tour, Chesapeake Bay Cruise, tour of Maryland State House, shopping in Annapolis, supper at Buddy's Crab House
Day 7: Baltimore by MARC train
Travel by water-taxi, Baltimore Museum of Industry, Fort McHenry which inspired the lyrics to the Star Spangled Banner, over night on the USS Constellation, a ...
... if I could get permission to use their quonset hut to stay dry if necessary. "Lindy" said that would be fine. I walked out the door and it started. I got inside the hut and it was a rain "whiteout" for about 25 minutes. It was raining prairie dogs and jack-o-lopes (we are out west). Then it ended about as quickly. There was about 12 inches of water in the street. I pulled the bike out to fill ...
... our coming here. But we can trust that The Perfector of our faith is laying aside un us every weight we carry and casting down every sin that so easily entangles, today we will run the race, with patience, not knowing that our race is set before us- a race set in place for each of us. To each of us God has given a unique call and though everyone's response should be the same, to seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, to love in ...
... good preparation for the battle with Anglos to come. But it wasn’t enough, of course.
By the time I get to Brooks I’m getting pretty tired, so pull into a motel for the night when I see one advertised for $60. That’s cheap for Canada, a fact worth advertising, especially when it’s half-way decent and includes WiFi and cable TV. So I get domestic and start washing enough clothes to last me the remaining few days of this trip. This ...