Rocky Inn Express

Address: 4715 45th Street, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, T0M 1T0, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 4715 45th Street, Rocky Mountain House, is near Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site.
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Travel Blogs from Rocky Mountain House

Day 2 Crimson Lake Provincial Park

A travel blog entry by the_journey on Jun 15, 2014

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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 ...

Monday Of Misunderstanding

A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Jun 06, 2011

... 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 ...

The Weaver's Tale

A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Jun 05, 2011

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... a wonderland of fibres, teas, and intricate creations using the alpaca coat that is due to be shorn any day now; hence the alpacas’ current comical hairdos. Upon stepping into the Tarneys’ house you’re greeted with a mass of wool, of all colours and fibres, predominantly alpaca and bamboo. A myriad of fabulous tools are dotted around the house including a portable spinning wheel and the wondrous loom where I would spend the next seventy-two hours sitting ...

My Little Friend

A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Jun 02, 2011

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... cabin, but of course because I’d said I could finish it every piece went wrong, unfortunately it I didn’t manage to finish it, but there’s always tomorrow.

As a storm brewed I headed out to the cows to take some pictures, but as I got nearer to the herd I remembered the electric line was on, with one leg over I had no choice but to get the other over too, as I’m not sure I could have stayed there too ...

Pinch, Punch, First Of The Month

A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Jun 01, 2011

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... reason bites on my elbows seem to swell up like balloons, alas I can only hope the analgesic spray keeps the itching at bay. Jane dropped me off at the alpaca farm to help them clean out the barn at nine; with two hours to do it in we grabbed our forks and dug-in, literally. I attempted to use the Gulliver-size pitchfork I’d seen in the outdoor store when Jane bought some pitchforks, but it was even too big for me, and I had to use it horizontally rather than ...