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... very blind I am going into this. Granted, I don't know what to expect in Kenya, but even if I had a daily schedule mapped out for me, I have a feeling I would still be clueless. :)
Thanks for your support and your interest.
Here's to unknown adventure!
P.S I watched this OFM video today and enjoyed it: click here
... just hadn't seen anything in a while. Gave us the rundown on the mountain passes. Apparently it's trying to snow, but not really succeeding.
In Fernie, we decided to keep going. Get out of the mountains while the weather is decent. Goal was Vulcan, a small little tacky tourist trap in Alberta making cheese off of the Star ...
Here are a few diary entries from the past week or so of interesting days on the trail.
Today we stopped off at the Coaldale Bakery, a dutch bakery that does a fine job on their apple fritters. We stayed for soup and buns and a coffee. About a 1 hour ride out of Lethbridge where we will spend the night with relatives Chrstine and George Vanderberg.
Day 22 June 21
Cycle time 6 hours and 20 minutes
... spent a day in Waterton Lakes NP "where the prairie meets the mountains" seeing the main points of interest, yet it is an area that warrants a longer visit. The terrain is varied with mountains and prairie meadows. Like the older parks there is a town site with shops, restaurants and related businesses. The park is joined at the US border by Glacier National Park a larger park by far.
We visited the Remington Carriage ...
... of Henderson Lake, it is a monument to the Japanese heritage in this region and considered as one of the top gardens of its kind in North America.
It was a great opportunity for photography and maybe a future painting or two. One of these days I'll get to ...
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