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... we could see the single train travelling in three directions as it was traversing the tunnels to scale the pass. And we finished with a stopover at the beautiful Emerald Lake before heading to Lake Louise. The drive up to the lake gives the impression that you are just in a marshy meadow and when The Fairmont comes into view it really gives no hint of what is behind the hotel. But once in and through the doors the impact is magical. At checkin, ...
We have been on the road for a week now, spend the nights in
our camper in the woods, on lakes or rivers and are usually tucked away far
enough from the road so we can enjoy the quiet and solitude.
It has been cold the whole time, barely above freezing
during the day and below freezing at night.
No problem for us though, we bundle up and go for long walks
every day before we take off, or when we arrive. The camper has a great heater
... himself against the powerful Hudson’s Bay Company, which wanted to squeeze him out. Years later, his statue sits on land once owned by the company, proving that Davis had the greater staying power. Well, good for him!
Today was also the day that Norm went under the knife! Yep, unfortunately he had an abscess on his lower abdomen that got aggravated and started to bother him so he needed to get it checked out. And having checked it out the hospital checked ...
... with and some of the people she's coming across at the clinic. There seems to be some pretty colourful characters in town here!
I've actually kept myself very busy working on the book that I'm writing (this may actually be news to some of you), and I finally completed my very first draft last Friday! This was pretty exciting, as I've been working on writing pretty steadily since I got laid off just before Christmas and so the first big hurdle has just been ...
The trip was six hours and on our way I mentioned that the first one who saw a four legged animal would do the dishes next day. Ray is usually really good at spotting deer or moose but I spotted three moose in the water at the side of the construction area on 63 highway. What ...