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... Glacier and cross the Canoe River bridge.
This is where, on 21st November 1950 two trains collided head on killing 17 members of the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery who were on their way to fight in the Korean War. There is a stone cairn on the side of the track marking the spot.
The train passes through ...
... Alley and we saw many osprey soaring above the river on the lookout for fish. We learned that osprey like to build their nests on flat surfaces like bridges and bald eagles like to build their nests at the top of dead trees. We saw plenty of both kinds of nests during our journey.
We stopped briefly at the town of Ashcroft to change drivers. This is one of the driest areas in Canada and is a large cattle ranching area. It also produces about 4 ...
... through his head, and thinking if they were this big, that's a hell of a headache! Though the train was slowed down by this, we had great seats with about 180 degrees of glass above us so the wonderful splendour of the Rockies was all around us. The snow-capped mountains are massive, with plenty of waterfalls from the snow melt and rapid running streams. We saw deer and squirrels as well as two black bears, a mother and her cub, with ...
... a tree - they say this is their only desert and by the time we got to Kamloops at about 5 o'clock it was 30 degrees with a very warm wind - thought we were home again. Tomorrow apparently everything changes again and it is very different.
We were following the Fraser River and ...
... This was to encourage bowling as a family activity and take it out of the bars!
Bob has gone after some caulking, as the skylight over the shower/tub began leaking in last night’s rain. As we have sunshine this morning, he thinks it will dry out enough that he can caulk the joint. Torston’s going up on the roof to help him.
Hope we’ll be able to get on the road later today. No pictures today.