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Travel Blogs from Waterton Lakes National Park
Day8 Monday, August 6, East Glacier, MT to Waterton Park, AB Canada
-Couldn't it have been just a bad dream?
-Looking for Comfort at Park Cafe /sighs
-Maybe Leaving the Country will Bring Relief...But Not on Our Pocketbook
-We Return to the Living
-A Worrisome Campsite.
-A Chance to …
... limited in the cave and thought death was preferable to not knowing what else life held beyond their cave. And she looked outside the cave.
She saw sunlight and colors and felt wind and was afraid. This was unlike anything she had experienced or felt capable of handling. Yet a moment later she felt the warmth of the sun and she realized that the wind did not harm her. And then she got eaten by a saber tooth tiger and the people ...
... border that they wanted to hear every word. It is part of the learning experience. The agent took all our questions well even throwing me back a curve ball. I asked if he would stamp our passports because sometimes they do not. Assuming he would either say yes or give an explanation as to why he wouldn’t, he commented that it was rather presumptuous of me to anticipate his granting our entrance. Oh! That took a second to sink in. He could always ...
... but I was able to make it work, and even got donated a wooden spoon by a German dude, doubling my quantity of outdoor equipment ;) What I did have however was Season 4 of Dexter, so set myself up in the tent and got through pretty much all of that whilst waiting for the rain to subside - Luxury camping at its finest! Who needs survival gear when you have gadgets... Day 2 and still no sign of the rain easing. Miraculously the tent stayed dry, which surprised me more than ...
... We decide then and there that kerosene will never be used again.
In Waterton Lakes, is an old railway hotel: Prince of Wales Hotel. It sits on a cliff above the park with amazing views of the lake and the mountains. We drove up to take a look at the hotel and to sit and enjoy the view (along with many others). While sitting there, we realized that getting to Calgary the next morning for Leon's 10 o'clock meeting (early morning, 3 hour drive, flood construction, ...