Rocky Inn Express
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Rocky Inn Express Rocky Mountain House
Travel Blogs from Rocky Mountain House
... more night after I last wrote and then we moved down to Clive where one of my sisters and her family live. We went into the big city on Day 41 and visited West Edmonton Mall. I didn't necessarily need to visit it but it offered an opportunity to have a good walk and with the rain off and on in St. Albert we hadn't walked around much so that was good. Denis was mostly interested in the attractions and the memories of that trip in 1998 with our friends. ...
... my flight plan and got a wether brief. The friendly briefer said to just sit tight for a couple hours and all will be good for continuing north. Well as it turned out, High River is the home airport for one of the guys on the Just Aircraft forum and I met up with Troy and saw his beautiful Just SuperSTOL airplane that he built. We had to go to lunch and stop by his home to meet his family. I felt like I knew them already from watching some of Troys travel videos on UTube. ...
No soreness or stiffness when I woke up this morning. Hiking must have helped! Bob and I repeated the same process for day 2 with a couple of variations - we went around the lake in the opposite direction in order to get to the duck pond earlier. We ...
... grasped the idea of the building project: we would dig holes for four fence posts that would have a platform built at the same level as Jane’s trailer, which would hold the grain-feeder, the feeder could then be slid along the trailer and onto the platform to sit ready for use, using a winch to pull the weight, and possibly some castors underneath to provide a rolling surface. To ascertain the necessary height of the posts we needed to ...
... it took me just ninety minutes to complete the second scarf; a whole day of passing the weft under the warp, pulling down the handles, creating just the right amount of tension, and remembering the correct pattern had led to a speedy finish, and one that produced two pretty decent scarves, if I may say so myself. Whilst the first may be a little muddled to begin with, only I, and now you if you see it, can tell, and hopefully the twists that finish the scarf will draw away ...