Trend Mountain Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Tumbler Ridge
... says all the clan game from two brothers.
I am enclosing a photo of St. Patricks church where I went to mass Saturday night. There were 35 people there and there is a visiting priest who makes the rounds to several rural churches here.
We are headed out in the early morning with a change of route. We will play it by ear as long as we go ...
... Glenn is sure he is related to him. He sells honey and my cousin wants 3 lbs. of it which she will freeze and use through the winter.
I have learned the ancestors who came here had a hard and tough life. Farming is not easy and I have a healthier appreciation for where our food comes from. Apparently some crops they use round up on between the crop aisles, another good reason to buy organic foods!
... going to go flying off the back and Dave said he thought the ponies were headed for him, that they didn't like him. Joan was watching from the window and she said her heart was in her throat. Well always a big adventure at the farm. Following that we got the horses all tamed down and Charlie made them take us for another good trot so they would now who was boss and who did he put in charge ...
... cows. They have the perfect horse for me. Since I have never been on a horse I'm not sure what a perfect one is and I'm not sure how to get up on one but they are sure that they will get me up there, just hope I can stay on. My Grandfather was a cowboy so maybe it will come naturally! Pictures will be forthcoming.
more tomorrow from the farm.
... 8217;t seen before. Maybe it is a vole. When I get some internet connection and some time I will look it up. Some people there were calling it a marmot and I now it wasn’t one. They were also calling the other critter a chipmunk but I can’t tell the difference between a squirrel and a chipmunk.
We didn’t see any wildlife at all in Jasper other than the little critters and was bitterly disappointed but was treated with a great view of some lazy elk ...