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... check where we are well before Airdrie and then just as we get to Airdrie. Again the directions are repeated and we follow them, but her friend then realized that incorrect directions were given so now we are being voice guided to the meeting place. A quick visit and then Heidi’s friend escorts us back onto the Deerfoot and we follow the signs in the direction of Lethbridge. The time is 12:30; it is over an hour before we can be at Fort McLeod for ...
The terrain has changed from gentle rolling hills to lush forests and steeper climbs. There are very few places to camp, eat or get water from Lincoln to Missoula. In Ovanda ( it' a one building town) I came upon a great restaurant, bar, post office etc. and encountered the first fellow riders of my trip so far. Lisa, Robert and their son Aaron and I had a delightful lunch together. They are experienced bike tourers and we found that we ...
... to meet the genius that approved that dam. I hope his grave is located next to a landfill: he should approve. Anyway, I saw the falls – sort of. What with the chain link fence around the industrial site and all. Sigh.
Tonight I’m trying to figure out how to conquer Glacier National Park next week. I drive there tomorrow, but have not decided how long I’ll stay. I’m also toying with a brief trip to Canada (I mean, ...
... later, and then it was off to the pool to cool off and relax for a little while. And we had way too much fun with the underwater camera. It was really good, because we had the pool to ourselves - unfortunate that the hot tub wasn't working, but we made due.
Mark wanted to go to the Prospector Casino because he said that it was lucky for him, so after a quick dip in the pool, we headed there. Unfortunately, the casino was not lucky for anyone. We ...
... s but were attacked by Blackfeet who lived in the area. Settlement expanded after the treaty of Hellgate was ratified in 1859. It was the usual case of poor translation and misunderstanding when the Salish and Kootenai tribes ceded vast areas of land for a one time payment of $120,000. Before going out for dinner we stopped by at the casino/bar in the hotel. Complimentary beer was provided to those who played the slots. ...