Union Bank Inn
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... struggling to keep my speed around 120 kph, my goodness I have developed a hard twisting right hand! Finally a couple of rabbits passed me (vehicles traveling quickly). I'd put him maybe 500' in front of me and keep my eyes on him for unusual behavior. They brake, I brake, they accelerate I follow. That saved me at least once between Nanton and Calgary as the High River po po were out trying to finance their small town attraction.
I passed through ...
... though we are a distance back from where we turned off.
My sleepiness has passed and I am wide awake for the duration of the trip. The kilometers pass under us one by one, and the vehicles are driving and passing us as they usually do on that highway, like speed demons. When we reach the Edmonton city limits, Jim chooses to take the Whitemud to the north side instead of the Henday. “This might be faster,” he says. ...
... s resources. i'm glad i chose well. Many posters had stated that traveling The Canadian was something we all should do in one's lifetime. I'm about living my LifeList, so there it is.
The train is interesting travel. You do it for the scenic views. On the Cascades (L.A. to Seattle), I saw many marvels I wouldn't trade for anything. I ...
So wow, I am leaving in 11 days and I am not prepared. I dont yet know spanish, I dont have a lot of items I will probably need for backpacking comfortably. So many little details to figure out.
I found a great article about packing:
We fly to London tonight. We'll take the tube from the airport to our hotel, and then try to get out and about for some fresh air to help deal with jet lag, and hopefully we'll be able to find a cozy little pub so we can tip back a pint or two ...