Lakeview Inn & Suites Brooks
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Brooks
... acre 1/4 section, for the irrigation country in the area. Dale also leases his country to the Dutch for prices up to $350/acre depending on what type of crop they plant. The irrigation water is free. They grow various crops - potatoes, peas, wheat and canola. Much of the grain is sold to feed lots in the Brooks/Bassino area, where there can be up to 300,000 cattle on feed at any one time. Dale also manages 63,000 acres which is part of community leased land of 600,000 acres, which ...
... campground is situated right next to a free for all hiking area through the badlands. We set up our camp, then started off on the public loop. We didn’t last very long on the road, preferring to trek through the hills and valleys on our own terms. Becca decided we were going to climb to the top of the tallest hill we could find. Getting up wasn’t too much of a problem, getting down was the tricky ...
Day Four into our roadtrip and we're south of Alberta. Our campsites have all been finding somewhere off the beaten path; our only request is we're near water. It has been perfect traveling weather, not too warm.
Leaving our campsite the other day along a long forestry road we saw a little black bear, sweet.
Going for a swim in the reservoir, it's a man made lake here that irriigates the farms around here. The water is from the Bow River.
Next stop Saskatchewan. ...
... pedal to the metal passing it. Sorry guys, I guess we're a little bit spoiled with amazing views, but we took the time to lunch next to a lake and practice some photography. And they turned out pretty neat, so you get a nice overview. Tomorrow we're leaving Alberta to go to our real destination: British Columbia. Now prepare for the most astonishing sights ever.
Thanks again for reading and being out there following us. ...
... a 3" square area! The repellent I had was not cutting it so I had to buy the Deep Woods Off, supposed to last for 8 hours, but really only lasted 2, and they were still trying to bite through. The guides told me they had just come out in time for Canada Day and that really the first two weeks of July are the worst for mosquitos in the park. Anyway, we hunkered down in the tent, jumping in and out as quickly as ...