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... to Canadian Pacific which requires us to give way to all trains also on the line (we would have to go into a siding and wait until the other train(s) passed. We arrived at Kamloops at 5:30pm and straight to the hotel for a shower and a cuppa. Tomorrow we get a bit of a sleep in (6:30) for a 7:30 get away and off to Jasper for a 2 night stay. See you tomorrow for the update.
... as next summer (although less than five minutes from home and Kevan announced : "Bach' looks ridable right now!" I reminded him neither of us could stand the cold for more than 5 seconds.) The bike ride has been put off until next week when the weather is to warm to -1. But this trip, the mountain biking, the foreign culture, this is a trip we'll be talking about for a long time to come.
This bike trip would not have been what it was without our fellow ...
... could also see big swathes cut out of the forest heading down large sections of the mountains, where the avalanches had wiped out the trees. The clouds hung onto the mountain tops and seemed to roll down the mountains into the snow caps and the forests below, this made it impossible in most cases to work out where the cloud stopped and the snow began. By the time we stepped off the coach in Kamloops Jack suggested we take a taxi to our hostel to save me walking around ...
As I opened the blind this morning, I realise we are at the tail end of the Rockies. Being twelve hours late, we passed through the famous mountain range while we where sound asleep. The night was again filled with dreams, like hearing strange, slow percussion and chanting, in that inbetween phase of sleep and lucidity. The spookyness of the sounds made me try and escape it by flying upwards into ...
... the Parks office and visited the museum and saw a DVD on the glaciers in the area , 12% of the entire park? We had also travelled thru many avalanche tunnels today as the mountains are so steep here and they actually close the road and get the Army to fire 105mm shells at specific high points to stress relieve the slopes and create often avalanches, which can travel up to 325 Kms per hour. We love ...
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