Polaris Lodge by RCR
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... the local attractions; hence the visit to Fort Steele.
The first stop was a quick visit to see the new filly that was only born 2 days ago. Living in the arctic, horses, turkeys, goats, and many other animals are extremely exciting for the kids to see and they had the chance to do so throughout the day. Then it was off to school. The teacher, Ms. Bailey, was extremely good at keeping in ...
... late check in. Then to top it off, it took him forever to get the rooms and keys sorted out. Thank goodness my gymnasts are troopers because it was about 1 am by the time they got in to bed. When you factor in the hour time change, that would be 2 am for them and yet everyone was ready to go 7.5 hours later.
This morning we spent 2.5 hours at the Radium Hot Springs swimming. ...
... than entering Mexico, where they wave you through, pull you over for a bribe and sell you a plaster of Paris hamburger.
The drive was most lovely with rivers, pasture, majestic mountain ranges and fairly good roads as well. Our stop was Wasa Lake Provincial Park, the equivalent of our State Parks. We took a loop hike the next day and saw eagles souring above. Later we got on our bikes ...
It was a very equal and balanced society so the spoils of the hunt were shared among the whole group, The organs were the delicacy – the bones ...
... that didn't take long." We ride along in almost complete silence. The road is considerably better than yesterday; a little bit wider and more places where there are passing lanes so the trip is not as nerve wracking, at least not to me.
Up and down, around and around. The road goes on and on. Even if there is a scenic view, I am not able to take any pictures so I sit and watch the world go by. Very quickly the signs say that we are nearing the town ...
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