Nomad Motel

Address: 910 Cranbrook St. N., Cranbrook, British Columbia, V1C 3S3, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located on 910 Cranbrook St. N., Cranbrook, is near Canadian Museum of Rail Travel.
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Travel Blogs from Cranbrook

Hot and Sunny!! No complaints..

A travel blog entry by wayneandsue on Jun 10, 2015

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... see another station about a kilometre down the road with gas for $1.23. There should be laws about this!! We're over ir now..

A nice 4 plus hour leisurely drive to Wasa Lake Provincial Campground.. Very level and spacious spots across the street from the beach. Excellent campground. Stayed two days and nights. Least expensive stop to date, but no full service. So quiet ...

Showing our age

A travel blog entry by linda.edwards on May 24, 2015

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Thank god for the gps as it took us right to their home.

Sue and Stuart have the most amazing home and property, it backs onto Crown land with wonderful walking trails. Joey and Addie loved it and thank god they never found the skunk ...

Day 4: July 14, 2014: Kalispell to St. Eugene

A travel blog entry by travelingmama on Jul 14, 2014

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... the Red Jammers in the 1920s and are still using them today to tour the park. The Sun Road opened in 1932. Glacier National Park was made a park in 1910 by Teddy Roosevelt. Trees in the park were called Lodge pole pines. That was what they used to make lodges. We passed the McDonald Creek. Bald Spots on the mountains are Avalanche shoots. They do not allow white water rafting in the park. There is a place called Triple Divide Rain Drop, West Area McDonald, St. Marys River ...

Head Smashed In

A travel blog entry by baumyj on Oct 02, 2013

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... man was hiding near the bottom on the day of a big kill and his head was smashed in by the bodies. We knew that, but learned much more.

We started on the ...

Rubber Meets the Road...

A travel blog entry by henandpen on Jul 13, 2013

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... to say, Henry was enthralled and we were spared. At Pincher Creek, heretofore known as Pinch-a-Loaf Creek (reasons unknown and probably unwarranted) we had a nice break at a park. An hour and a half was perfect to stretch the legs and let the boy burn some energy. We saw a familiar face at the local Tim's. My mother-in-law had pointed this fellow out to me at Stampede earlier in the week. 6 foot 3, well-worn, and round as ...