Kootenay Park Lodge
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We hit lucky here and oh my god words escape
me, this place is gorgeous, it’s a gorgeous lake surrounded by mountains which
is located just off the highway we were travelling on and I can't recommend this
enough, it is also our first opportunity to have an outdoor fire and cook on a
barbi. The scenery just took our breadth away and as you will see from the
pictures I was very manly chopping wood with my big chopper!!
July was a rather mixed bag of a lot of work, some play, and a lot of play that was actually work. The month started off with a visit from my twin sister, Sarah. As Sarah now lives in the NWT, she has many appointments to attend when she comes back to Ottawa: optometrist (she had her eyes dilated, which meant I had to drive her there and then onto the dentist), osteopath, etc... Toss in Tundra's rehab appointments and my own, it felt like we spent most of ...
... some arguing...seemed to work anyway.
In different ways we are all a bit tired today. It's our last billet tomorrow - Douglas Firs resort with indoor play areas, swimming pool, two hot tubs, water slides, and a visit to Banff and Lake Minniwanka (yes, really).
Reflecting on what we all liked best in Canada there are multiple answers, which hopefully shows we got the balance and variety right for each of us. Some are ...
Had a brilliant sleep, it was nice and quiet considering we slept along a main road. We had breakfast where we slept then drove into Fort Smith town to go to the visitor information center. The young girl working in there was really lovely and gave us some information and showed us a video of a wolf pack taking down a Bison in their National Park, so it was pretty neat! When we left we called into the supermarket to get some cheese and margarine. Then we drove to the Mountain Rapids and ...
Up early to get on the road again. Stopped in at the gas station to get a hot drink before setting off on highway 35 North the beginning of the Deh Cho Trail to the Northwest Territories. Stopped in Manning to visit the information center but it was closed! Typical.. It was 8.45am!! Continued on to High Level where we stopped at that information center and used the Internet briefly. Then we had to pay our Koodo bill which proved to be a complete pain in ...