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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
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... to see now, evidence of the work of these iconic animals A BLACK TERN soars and dips above a pond. The SORA RAIL calls out from the reeds. EARED GREBES are common and also their bigger cousins, the RED-NECKED GREBES.
It is cooler today with intermittent cloud which adds even more to our comfort.Elk Island National Park turn off just ahead.
Species seen 15 including ducks and crows New species 1 Total species seen 84
... it's mostly for the oil sector. Another hour and half and I arrived in Dawson Creek (qt he start of the Alaska Hwy). Spent some time there touring the visitor centre museum, walking around downtown. Fuelled car, stopped the the only surviving wooden bridge on the Alaska Hwy. it is 581 ft long (177 metres). Stopped and ...
... 110 km hr. Got new rubber shoes for the car, went to Costco for an oil change, do not change oil in Alberta, closest place is Regina SK. KMs in total now 199028 KMs today 441 Had a wonderful evening with Trish's cousins and aunt. Forgot to mention I saw 3 magpies (looks like a sparrow with long tail and black and white). Last time I saw this bird was 11 years ago in ...
... excited about!!! I will be home for 2 months around March/April/May. I was fortunate enough to find a $280 flight from Melbourne to Honolulu and then a flight from Honolulu to Edmonton for $210. Super stoked to be getting back to Canada for so cheap. And as soon as I get back to Canada I think we are going to the states- Washington DC and Baltimore, with Jon's friends. They are all keen on the baseball so we will watch some Blue Jays ...
... always be around. Everyone was so warm and welcoming and made my time there really special. One day, Jon took me out and we helped his brother Corey with the last of the feeding rounds. It was pretty cool to see how their feeding regime works in the winter. Corey has all the different feeds measured out for each lot of cattle. They feed out silage, barley, corn other grains etc. It looked pretty cool with all the cattle in the feed lots surrounded by snow. I really wanted to get ...