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- Refrigerator in room
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... the Equator and the North Pole. It's a measure of how big Canada is that we're scheduled to spend another five days crossing the country before reaching Alaska.
We fill up and have coffee in Kalispell, and then set off for the Canadian border some 75 miles away, passing tbhrough two beautiful state forests en route and the town of Eureka before reaching the border post at Roosville. There are no exit formalities on leaving the US. I drive ...
... driven in bad conditions before, but we haven't had an I-don't-want-to-know-how-many foot drop on one side! We got down to the bottom and the roads started to clear - I'd been driving two and a half hours by this point and was knackered. So we swapped rather than pushing our luck - typically the roads were pretty much clear from this point on - it even heated up to a toasty 0 degrees! Along the way we kept seeing mini tornados ...
Woken up during the night with cramp in my left shin. Finally got up about 6:15 and had a shower. Set off about 8:30 to Lake Louise. Quite heavy rain so we didn't get out much and had to change our itinerary. The gondola ride was cancelled so we just had a buffet lunch. It started to snow on the way back to Banff. Reached the hotel at 4:30. Had a nap then walked into Banff and had dinner at Giorgio's Trattoria. Not cheap but the food and service was ...
... had a great experience; then went to the Whistler museum to learn all about the history of the town and the establishment of the whole snow skiing enterprise. We found an Aussie pie shop for lunch, and what a treat! They even sold lammies and custard slice, but we didn't indulge. We head back to Vancouver tomorrow and meet up with Elaine and Peter for dinner before they head out on their cruise. We have another 5 nights with Julia and Clay before heading to DC and ...
... be grasping at straws to find comparisons because this is like nothing I've ever seen before. The sun hits the forest covered mountains, illuminating what took millennium to create: strata of different coloured mineral layers jutting out of the earth in varying degrees and dizzying heights. The road follows ribboning streams of water, icy teal blue and originating from the glaciers high up in the mountains. ...