Travelodge Hotel Medicine Hat
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... out that way
we take the c-train (about 15min away) $3.00 a ticket and several helpful Calgarians later we visit the fabulous Devonian Gardens - wow - no doubt even better at -20c!!
On my 'to do' list is to eat Ginger Fried Beef which I have never seen on a menu E of Alberta or W for that matter also - so China town it is - stop a couple of businessmen who look well fed and are chewing on their toothpicks (is that a Western 'thing') and they recommend Regency Gardens so off ...
... nest which is loads....looks more like Quail or Partaridge eggs now but could be something rare so worth getting. The Golden Sheaf Park was a lovely RV park next to a huge lake so we spent a bit of time by the lake whilst birder Ben took lots of pictures.
We also got shown a great horned owl that had taken up residence at the park and given birth to two chicks which were now pretty big. Both the mum and one ...
... front row -- ah well at
least I was first off!!
My niece's birthday last night and a casual pizza meal with all attending - enjoyable.
oh yes, thunder showers here today - lilacs about the same as Ottawa but other flowers not yet
Quick tour of Medicine Hat this morning and stop for coffee - going to an 'inside' farmer's market
this evening - will include dinner -- looking forward to that!
... that you can visit which is cool. As we were driving along we saw a coyote, really clearly running across the road which was amazing. The area is so flat and plain that you can see for miles which meant we could see it run off into the distance. Not long after this we passed a salt factory with salt everywhere, some of the group thought it was snow which was amusing especially as it was so hot outside. Not long after this we reached ...
... at the Real Canadian Superstore and then had lunch at the Tourist Information Centre, where the big attraction was the playground.
After lunch, we drove to Cypress Hills. There was a great Visitor Information Centre, complete with an (indoor) fishing pond for the kids. Before heading to our campsite, we cooled off at the beach. Seta showed off her skill with her new soaker gun.
We had burgers for dinner and then got ready for ...