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Travel Blogs from Fernie
... a teacher in the 1890s. When asking the students how they got to Fort Steele and them answering by plane and bus, she asked what a plane was (no planes in 1890). The students did spelling, reading, etiquette and more. None of them misbehaved enough to earn the dunce cap but of course most of them wanted to try it on anyways.
After that, the older girls went to learn how to make key ...
Janet is getting ready with the Map, computer, hot water. Green lines on the map indicate where we are going but really we just want to ski for 2 months then travel with the girls visiting cool places. We will miss grans, but will somehow get by!
We found the highway to heaven today: route 93 right down the middle of the Rockies. Every turn led to an incredible scene. Took a couple pictures but they never seemed to capture the scale of the mountains.
After we got off of 93 the Rockies were still off to our left until we hit Cranbrook when we turned left and headed right into them . The ...
... of tree runs off the ridge to finish the trip.
It was probably a good time to leave for Calgary Airport because we were all physically tired.
After a quick chat with some local mountain hosts (they have big ASK ME buttons on their jackets) Gary got a good tip to save 30 minutes off the trip to Calgary so we headed out of the Rockiy Mountains mountains back to civilisation.
... is a small fire in the living room with a brand new oven. We have a sofa bed and a dining table. In the bathroom Ben is happy because he has a bath this year!! He has one everyday and loves it.
Our bedroom has a massive closet for storage and we have a huge bed. I think its a King sized bed but whatever it is its huge!! I love it :D Very comfy.
But the best part is again that view. Its amazing. I cant ...