Ramada Pincher Creek
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Nice place, very clean and bed was very comfortable
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Drove from Calgary to Waterton National Park today. Passed by the Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump, Heritage Site. Spotted a couple of young Elk. The landscape was dotted with hundreds of Turbines. Stopped at Pincher Creek for a cuppa. Saw some Buffalo. Entered the national park and got some some beautiful pics at Red Rock Canyon and spotted a few big …
... br> Leon on a visit from Holland in July, a girls' adventure to Vancouver
Island with Liliane, our dear niece Tristian and good friend Denice
in the summer, many camping outings in the R.V. during May-September,
our three weeks of cherished and fun times with Tristian, being
witnesses to our nephew's beautiful wedding and the renewing of vows
at Doug and Vicki's celebration in August, visits to Spruce Meadows
... face' as further north in the Rockies but spectacular views over the lakes. With the lack of wind it was another opportunity for some great reflections in the lakes.
Food wise, we got in touch with Abby who and her new husband Zac live in Lethbridge, and suggested that we could catch up at their place and bring the steak and chicken over. They were getting back from San Francisco on Monday afternoon, so we arranged to see them on Tuesday afternoon. We managed ...
Being at one with nature... All fine and well if nature isn't being a ****. My first camping experience of the whole trip involved a 40 hour rainstorm, where they had more rainfall in that one day than what they usually get over the course of the entire June, July and August period. The national park newspaper declared August being by far the best month to visit for hiking as it apparently never rained... That national park newspaper soon turned into a soggy rag. Waterton ...
Today's destination was the famous Going to the Sun road (GTS) in Glacier National Park.
Difficulties with our two-way radios delayed our departure. One of the radio power packs developed a short. When held just right it worked. We found the sweet spot and taped it into place with gaffers tape (thanks to Justin for teaching us about gaffers tape).
To get to Glacier Park we had to do our second border crossing, this ...