Sandman Inn McBride
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
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The amazing Rockies scenery continued. Mountains, milky turquoise rivers, lakes and more glaciers.
Stopped to look at some of the more spectacular glaciers - especially Athabasca glacier. Then Tangle Creek waterfall and down to Sunwapta Falls, a drop of 18 metres.
Next stop Athabasca Falls, amazingly carved through a canyon of rock, where we met Aussies Fran and Bryan from Melbourne who have been traveling for ...
... t last long, but it remains cold, even in the patches of sunlight. We're at an elevation of 1600 metres, which doesn't help.
We're also in bear country, and there are signs warning that they're dangerous, so I don't understand why there are so many cyclists about, toiling up the hills, panniers flapping in the breeze, legs whirring frantically but getting nowhere fast. You'd have to be pretty nifty to outrun a hungry bear on a ...
Not much to do here but drive. After leaving McBride we drove 130 miles or so to Prince George. In Prince George we stopped for gas, propane, beer and misc groceries. From Prince George we drove to Dawson Creek. Through rain, wind and hail. Almost hit two deer. Allie fell down and ...
Walked Skoal at 6:53 a.m. for 55 minutes. Came back and fixed ham and egg breakfast for Pete and me. Doug called to see if we had caught any mice and he invited us to go with him and his company to McBride Peak tomorrow in his pickup. I'm hoping to get to ride in the back. Later Marilyn, Donna and I walked over to the Trask's. The little cabin in the woods that Jacob stays in is very ...
... s sleep. Weeded an hour or so. Then to Doug and Linda's for a delightful dinner and enjoyable evening. Chipper, Grandma's beagle...although I think she has some basset in her...was precious. I wish I had had my camera to take a pic of her. Doug loaned me some bear ...