Red Tree Lodge
Travel Blogs from Fernie
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday saw Mindy back to work and our days were sent doing business (work never stops) and organising the next week of travels. We are planning to stay another week around The Rockies in the Banff area. We organised a game of Golf and the boys loved it, Scott won! Cranbrook population is around ...
... had out on another spectacular tour. Winding up from Cranbrook our first stop was at St Eugene a First Nations people owned Resort and Championship Golf course. Started around 1890's it was first a mission after the successful sale of mining claims by the natives and the local catholic priest a church and large building was build. The large stone building was mission, orphanage and school. The First Nation people know own and run the area, the buildings and grounds ...
... were off back to town to get the flat fixed... On a Sunday and a long week end to boot. Luckily when we got the hire car it cost us and extra $300 for Road Side Assist which got us a new tyre and back up the Mountain to Bull river to enjoy rafting and great company with Mindy and Caleb, thanks guys. The Tyre cost over $400 so the $300 road ...
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... seen so to me they are fascinating! I love it!
We took our friends dog out in the snow the other day and she was so excited and happy she kept digging her nose into the ground and throwing the snow up and catching it.
Ben has a new snowboard and is looking forward to hiking up and testing it out. I will be sitting inside with the fire on and a nice warm cup of herbal tea!!
Ben and I walked ...