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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... Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt bought off this museum for a whole day. Thank God it wasn't the day we went. I don't really know what else to write about this part of the trip, so I will continue with pictures.
... we survived without any injuries, and got the best view you could ask for of the surrounding landscape.
As the sun began to set, some of the local wildlife came out of hiding and headed for the water. We saw a large group of deer, and managed to chase them down to get a couple photos. Luckily, we only came across the tracks of what we think we identified as a coyote (unfortunately, Becca ...
My jaw is sore from dropping. The sights to behold in this country are endless and absolutely magnificent. We are lucky people, us Canadians, to be surrounded by such abundant beauty and natural wonder. Our trip through the Rocky Mountains was nothing short of mind-blowingly spectacular. Hints of stone started to show on the peaks of modest mountains somewhere between Kamloops and Revelstoke. Then ...
... at the Chaplin Nature Center, which is located next to the deposits, to see if they could answer our questions. Well, that's where we met Katie. A recent graduate from university in Saskatoon, Katie was a font of knowledge not only about the sulphate deposits but about migratory flight patterns of thousands of shore birds each year and the role that Lake Chaplin plays in their survival. She got ...
... hunting them in the tent just before bed. The next day we had 2 tours - a Fossil Expedition and a Bus Tour. Both were excellent. The weather was hot at about 30 degrees but finding real dinosaur fossils was really an undescribable experience. Maxine, our guide, got everyone to be an expert on a diosaur fossil first by reading a little card and showing an example of their fossil, and then we set out in a protected area. ...