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... with them before we take off on our travels again.
Friday: We headed off on on highway 2 from Calgary to the US border. The Deerfoot trail took us along the rolling plains with some pretty amazing vistas of the snow covered Rockies on the horizon. We stopped at a UNESCO World Heritage site called The Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump. The Blackfoot Nation and Canadian Government have established a wonderful 6 floor museum explaining ...
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Driving the Going-to-the-Sun
- kept eyes on the road the entire time
- the van at the lead never topped 25 mph, I was bored
- that bump was an in-road grate over water
- hanging from my mirror is a pirate eye patch and ghost beads to ward off evil spirits
- yes, I was VERY excited ...
... smaller (cow and calf?) were wading in the water as fifty tourists dared to get closer and closer with cameras, disregarding their vehicles and their safety. Navigating through the jam, it felt too awkward to take part, so I continued up the highway. There's a balance between the joy of seeing wildlife in their natural habitat and the carefree act-like-it-is-a-zoo mentality, I'm not sure we as park patrons always understand how ...
... day whilst in the park I saw my first Bear! He was up a Huckleberry tree eating. Very cute. We also saw white mountain goats who Bav loved.
we enjoyed evenings sat by the fire in McDonald Lodge, this is a great venue and I would recommend it to anyone to stay.
We loved it here so much we extended our stay for a few days, it also gave us time to get a few minor repairs done on the RV. Now off to Yellowstone.... To see Yogi Bear! ...
... Another option could have been taking the in-park shuttle. Or you could take the cute red "jammers". These are an old way of going around the park. They are kind of like a bus, but not so big.
Weeping Wall- Along the road there is a section full of waterfalls coming right down on the road. This is called the Weeping Wall. During the early summer, there is so much melt from the snow that it falls down ...