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... more magestic mountains with stories about each of them from the driver,
Our final goodbye was said to the rockies with a helicopter fly over them on the way out and then on to Calgary This was ncredible oh what a view.
Today we saw deer one group saw a bear on the helicopter run, yesterday we saw elk and wolves (which ran accross road)
We have a quick stop over in Calgary tonight, walked over to the Calgary tower .
... much later when the plane suddenly came back down to earth with a huge bump and the roar of engines and noise from the wheels as the pilot brought the plane into land at their destination.
"We must be here, wherever here is," said AJ.
"Yes," BJ agreed, "but what now?"
The door opened and a different man appeared and put them on another back belt which took them out of the plane. At the bottom of the belt they were put on another trolley pulled ...
... security 2 hours ago, how was the play area?”
…man these people know EVERYTHING!!...
“Avaia…stop wiping your sticky hands on my back!” squirmed Tony
“Hi! I’m Talia…I can run REEEAAAALLLY FAST! Just like now! WATCH! Mama…do I need to run some more? I can run if you want Mama!”
“Talia get BACK HERE! Where are the boarding passes…??? HUH..?? ...
... I figured out how people travel for six months to a year at a time: mix the familiar with the unfamiliar, have a balance of exploring and relaxing, and you can go for ages!
Frankfurt is an interesting mix of old and new. After the war, the city was essentially completely destroyed, and it was decided that to get back on their feet buildings and skyscrapers would need to be built quickly and efficiently in order to accommodate ...
7-11-14 Friday - Hill Spring, Alberta to Calgary, Alberta Canada - Day 4
A late night thunderstorm cooled the temperature and drove us all inside for the evening (but it was bedtime anyway).
We all prepared to travel today and left the campground early in a less formal manner and pods than previously. The trip was on a beautifully clear, cool, morning passing fields of canola and wind farms.
Our first stop ...