Sandman Inn Cranbrook
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... differently and the labels are bi-lingual French & English)and then spent the night at Jimmy Smith Lake Provincial Park … temperature was still pretty HOT in the mid-90s.
July 3 we rise early and hit the road…destination Banff Alberta Canada … 30 miles out of Cranbrook we had a 2 hour delay because of a bicyclist vs car accident … our truck and 5th wheel trailer was too long to turn around so we were ...
... and it means I may get to ride on that amazing trail again tomorrow!
Rode 22 miles on the Cranbrook Rails to Trails. Was really a nice ride, great views, paved path and even a bathroom! Cycling back into town I was able to discover more of Cranbrook.
Took ma to a thrift store. My ma is the Queen of the Thrift Stores (QTS) and just like I love to explore grocery stores in other countries, ...
... stop at Cabela's because who can resist stopping at a massive Cabela's?
So far not as hot as yesterday - really hoping that was the worst of it.
Much better today in terms of the heat - it is amazing what a 20 degree difference can do for your outlook on life! Later on in the evening the clouds rolled in and we were hit with an intense, but short lived, thunderstorm. One day we are in hell, the next we are in heaven!
The border crossing was ...
... Late in the last week in the month of November is Rocky Mountain Season. Game have started to come back. We arrived in Canada at 1:45 pm. Pincher Creek was the first thing we saw. In Alberta there is a town called Frank. There was a rock slide on Turtle Mountain that hit this town at 4:00 in the morning in 1903. The rock slide destroyed the railroad and the mine. 70 people were killed. The railroad opened 3 weeks later. The mine was not reopened until 1911. There were 3 ...
The hunters would live in the river valleys where it was more temperate for much of the years. They would move themselves and homes from site to ...