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Travel Blogs from Fernie
... the local attractions; hence the visit to Fort Steele.
The first stop was a quick visit to see the new filly that was only born 2 days ago. Living in the arctic, horses, turkeys, goats, and many other animals are extremely exciting for the kids to see and they had the chance to do so throughout the day. Then it was off to school. The teacher, Ms. Bailey, was extremely good at keeping in ...
Janet is getting ready with the Map, computer, hot water. Green lines on the map indicate where we are going but really we just want to ski for 2 months then travel with the girls visiting cool places. We will miss grans, but will somehow get by!
... and drove me to the hill at 9. It really is stunning, I am finding it hard to get my head around the fact its not a Christmas card. Oh and its cold. Quite cold. Like a high of 0 degrees.. Thank god for thermals and gloves.
So on arrival at work, I was an hour early for anyone from my department to be there but lucky for me, MJ showed me the ropes, got me uniform and all! Then on returning from there, Charlie, my new boss, had just arrived. 'Hi I'm Alli', ...
... matter. Set your priorities. The rest is just sand."
One of the students raised her hand and inquired what the beer represented. The professor smiled. "I'm glad you asked. It just goes to show you that no matter how full your life may seem, there's always room for a couple of beers."
Well its officially snowing here for sure now.
We have around a foot of snow on the ground and the ski season is fast approaching us.
This week its snowed pretty much everyday so far and we have lots more to come!
The temperature has dropped dramatically and we are both starting to feel it now.
The worst temperature so far was -20!! Brrrrr!!!
Icicles are forming in a way I ...