Big Horn Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Trip here from Kananaskis was another peaceful inspiring drive. Both girls slept for the duration of the trip once again. Slept through the mountains of Canmore and Banff but arrived in Radium rested and ready to go. The temperature was probably 18 - 19 degrees on arrival and the girls played in the park directly across the street from our bed and breakfast for two hours.
In the evening we went for supper at my ...
... the direction AJ was pointing. "Hopefully that means he will come back and get it before he goes too far away." The sat dejectedly in the green back-pack hoping that the Daddy would return and take them with him, but not holding on to much hope. About half an hour later, when all their optimism had run out, they heard someone at the door and looked out hopefully to see who would come through it. The Daddy reappeared and they each let out a sigh of relief. "I hope ...
... vast plains south of there pretty quickly. This time we drove up the western side and had an absolutely delightful drive today. Again, pictures don't do justice to anything that we saw. There were rolling fields, very large evergreens (many were lodgepole pine) with large mountains outlining the whole area. There was a gorgeous lake in the little town of Trego, MT. We also drove through Eureka, MT where I took a couple of shots. It is a very cute ...
... hotsprings was different than the Jasper hotsprings in design. They had one large pool with cold shower surrounding the pool to go under when you became too hot. I did prefer the cold pools as submerging yourself in the cold and then hot felt amazing; not that this was bad at all though. Lenny again was unable to come in although this time it was because he had forgotten his speedo and was a tad shy to bare it all. We chatted with some girls originally from Williams Lake who ...
... that was damaged in the fires earlier this month. It is a sad a sobering sight and it reminds you what long-lasting damage fire can create. We are now at the park gate and after a 10 or 15 minute wait we are through and heading for the Saskatchewan River Crossing to fill up with gas and continue to Radium Hot Springs. I am not sure how much we paid per litre of gas, but the final bill is $107. It’s going to be an expensive trip.