Holiday Inn Lethbridge
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... do finally see some corn fields but not many and not up to our Midwest standards. Wheat and canola are king here. Another thing that shows up is grain elevators. Haven't seen those for a while. We pass one huge livestock operation in Claresholm but it seemed like most if not all the stockyards were empty.
After nearly six hours on the road we decide to stop in Fort Macleod for the night. We find Daisy Mae Campground. We get ...
... Seen a beautiful big old hotel, Waterfall, Red rock stream and on the way home 4 Bears. A black and 3 brown, one of them with a gold back.
The night before we were about to leave, we were up to 1 am playing cards. We had good weather for the few days we were there. They said that it has not stopped rain all Summer. I joked around and said that because we were leaving the rain would start up again. In the morning it was ...
... weeks. I booked the tickets for that leg of the journey yesterday so it is now confirmed.
This means that I may potentially be going to Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, and Indonesia. In the last couple of weeks I have spent a lot of time researching visas, vaccinations, and stuff to pack. I think the worst of the planning is over. I have been feeling a bit better, but still worried about struggling with fatigue. I guess that ...
... wind is constant. We watched a few garbage bins blow down the road in the morning and the basketball net across the street topple over... it never stood a chance. Day 7 was mostly the same deal as day 6, nothing too exciting to report.
Well folks, that's it for this week, next week we'll be heading to Hay River in the Northwest Territories for a few days and then checking out some of the national parks in Alberta.
... It was 425 metres wide and 150 m deep.
The scenery changed quickly after this down to the prairies-canola and wheat farms and very windy. Lots of wind turbines try to take advantage of this but there are many people who don't want them in their back yards.
Rang Jim and Linda from Fort McLeod - the site of the first Mounted Police. Sent to deter the French who were selling whisky to the Indians.
Arrived at ...