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... through the Crowsnest Highway I notice the amount of history there is in the area. “It looks like this is another area that we should visit sometime,” I say to Jim. We are very soon passing through Frank Slide and as usual it is very somber for me. Just the thought that there are people buried under all that rubble gives me a very uneasy feeling.
Within another hour or so we get to the QE2 and finally 4 lanes of ...
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” - Mark Twain
As we begin planning our new adventure, my heart fills up with a copious amount love.
The unconditional love ...
... Army (four for the four local Regiments, including 'Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry' and 'Lord Strathcona's Horse', both of which I had heard of, mostly in relation to the Canadian Army in WW2, though the PPCLI was involved heavily in WW1 and LSH was raised for the Boer War (interestingly, it was the last privately raised military unit in the Commonwealth, and was raised initially for the British Army, not the Canadian ... even though [obviously] raised in Canada ...
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Our journey home was a little rough. There
was a lot of turbulence on the plane so, we had to stay in our seats most of
the three hours (luckily I went to the washroom before getting on the plane!).
A little girl had an allergic reaction to something on the plane and we almost
had to do an emergency landing, but luckily the ...
... people and watching the news we decided to stay put and look for somewhere to stay as it was obvious the blizzard was not going to be improving anytime soon. We booked into the Best Western Strathmore Inn and paid $100 for the night. That was just what it was and it had an indoor pool and hot tub so we were happy to chill out. We had a lovely big room with 2 double beds and our room was on the ground floor so we got to have a park right outside with a door leading in from the back of ...