Crystal Springs Motel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... actually be to just stay still in one spot and be quiet.
Which we eventually do, to enjoy a late afternoon pizza by the side of a cold babbling stream.
We also took the time to enjoy a stroll ON a glacier, taking in a tour of the Columbia Icefield, which lies between Jasper and Banff National Parks. REAALLLY glad I packed boots, a sweater and scarf, as Andrew ...
... both the Hudson’s Bay and Northwest Companies. David Thompson (that guy from your Canadian History book) was the principle map maker for the area (Alberta, BC and Montana) and was based out of this fort This historic site has some costumed interpreters but is mostly comprised of two distinct walking tours along the North Saskatchewan River. As we still had over 300 kms to drive to get to Radium Hot Springs, we opted to do the shorter of ...
Třetí den jsme se vraceli zpět k autu ke Spray Lakes. Tentokrát jsme to vzali druhou cestou, přes vyšší a náročnější Wonder Pass, zato ale ještě krásnější. Výhledy opět dechberoucí, na obloze ani jediného mráčku, no čím my si tento nádherný trek tak zasloužili?:-)
Na žádného Grizllyho jsme nakonec naštěstí nenarazili, zato medvědích stop velkých jako ...
Since my last entry, we've done a lot of driving.
After staying in Bend, OR, we drove to Hermiston, OR.
On our way, we stopped at the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, which isn't really a monument. It's red, white, and tan hills which have lots of fossils from over 44 million years. We saw the painted hills and decided to go to the Museum, which was about ...
... to the National Park to set up our tent after a quick stop at the grocery store, where Chris was delighted to find a bacon-wrapped cheese bun. Then it was off to the hot springs.
Radium Hot Springs… commercialized, for sure, but also nicely set into the mountains. It wasn’t too busy and we found a nice spot to “take the waters” and relax.
Then it was back to ...