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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at the resort but did suggest the local Esso station owner might know how to get the further 2 kms along the highway to Radium Hot Springs pool.
Jaquie the owner was there when we called in and informed us that the greyhound bus which departs once everyday scheduled a stop at the springs but went on to say that getting back might be a bit trickier. Some of ...
... view from the back of our shed/deck on our lot. I am writing this on the deck, and I feel almost decadent! I hope I can get at least the written part out...will try in a few minutes. If not...you know the drill...I will get it out when I can! We do have wifi here in the park we are in tonight, but it looks to be very weak. I will be lucky to get this blog post out. Then I will try pictures but I am betting there is no way the video is going to get ...
... It took another hour to drive to Invermere where we called into Timmies for a hot drink before heading down to look at the lake. The lake had heaps of fishing shacks out on the frozen water so we took a short drive out there to have a look. We couldn't get back up the road we came down as it was so icy but I gave it a good go, so we had to take another route. We got to see woody the woodpecker though which was awesome and Sarah got some great photos. After ...
... Park in British Columbia. We were just about to be set for 3 days backpacking trip to explore this wonderful high mountains.By many, hike to Mt. Assiniboine is regarded as one of the best hikes not only in the Canadian Rockies but in North America at all.
We have been checking the weather for several days already, it looked still very good, so we could not wait to be finally there. But I have to start from the beginning . From the Black Hills in South Dakota, ...
... restful sound! Bob and Torston walked over to the walkway bridge so Bob could explain some safety things to him. Hopefully, it will stop raining enough to throw some horseshoes before dark tonight.
The desk manager asked where we were headed tomorrow. Then she broke the news to us that the roads through to Banff and through the park to Jasper are closed. Some ...