EconoLodge Inn & Suites
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... road. This area was fun to drive through because we were driving right through the cliffs or canyon areas. The town seemed very cute and touristy! We kept driving and finally found Fort Steele Resort. We have great views of the Rockies and the property is right next to an ostrich and horse farm! Ostriches are so scary looking! It is very serene here all tucked in the mountains with ranches surrounding us! We are America bound tomorrow! Been great ...
... the steam train (two train rides during one trip!). The girl at the counter, dressed in 19th century clothes, reminds us that the theatre production starts and 1:00 p.m. and that there is only the one show. We head through the gates and we begin to explore the grounds.
Fort Steele was not really a fort. It used to be a town named Galbraiths Ferry but it was renamed Fort Steele in honour of Sam Steele who established a North ...
... into the Pacific Ocean. The walk of the cedars is 1,000 years old. At the top is 6,634 ft. in 1942 the road was paved into the park. The park is 1.2 million acres. The second creek is Logan Creek. The sun road is open July 1st through October 1st. Snowfield-Heavens Peak. Heavens Peak is 8,8ft. Big Loop areas most devastating fire was in 2003. There was a falls called Bird Woman falls. It was 492 ft high. A mountain there is Overland Mountain it is "Mountain Goat Heaven." ...
... and needed all our layers. This took us to a marked signpost which pointed out a second buffalo cliff, as well as the kill site for this cliff. The kill site was ...
... He bore the marks of a life spent laughing, the cost of which was likely his, and others, good health. Mel suggested he was going for the Gene Simmons look. Not a good one at 55. The rest of the drive to Cranbrook started to feel like a holiday. The terrain changed from flat prairie to coniferous mountain to deciduous hills and rivers. Making that physical break was key to forgetting about our routine domestic obligations. ...