Quality Inn Jasper
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we had our second day on board the Rocky Mountaineer train. This was a better day than yesterday as the scenery was more of what we thought that the trip would show such as mountains, snow and hopefully sonme wild life, (some of our fellow travellers saw a bear in the trees) and yes bears actually do.......! It was a long trip 8:00 in the morning til 7:00 at night. The accommodation here is log ...
Morning. Jack has an appointment with the vet for a much needed bath and haircut. He's too big and too strong for me to bathe, heck, I can't even catch him! At least, not when he suspects something is up. Like, when I bring the kennel carrier into the house. I close the bedroom doors, the bathroom too. Matt dons his long-sleeved jacket and finds some padded kitchen mitts. I'm ready, he declares. ...
... quite a storyteller, and a good writer too, he wrote a column for the Daily Mountain Eagle. Blanche was your great-grandmother, like Ivous was, she was called Mama. She died in March before you were born in October.She loved to crochet and made you a blanket for your crib.[
Your great-great-grandfather Berry was killed in a train accident when ...
... stay with him a while. Did you know Midge died? She flips the pages back and forth, she knows the facts, has the scoop on everyone. I ponder what it means, to stay within ten feet of where you're born, yet let your heart connect to all the world. John Parks was sick? I ask. (John Parks tried to kiss me once, I slapped his face, he was impressed and even told my Mom, she kept me in my place, he said. And we were pals.) John Parks is dead, she said. He's been dead ...
... us hope, a great idea! There's one beside the freeway, Sonya says, pushing ********* the gas. The parking lot. Three women, single file, troop into McDonald's place, two stalls, who's about to burst? Opal volunteers to wait. A mother's act? At last, we're done. Troop out in single file, should we buy a Coke at least? No, it's OK, I spend a lot of money here, on other days. Back in the car, now we can think. The Angler's not too far away, Sonya volunteers, I know the backroad, ...