Super 8 Three Hills AB
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... 900 M . Teck coal mining prevalent . Went through Sparwood - home to the worlds largest truck ( at one point - dwarfed now by oil sands tks) .. Fernie - wow really growing - lots of new hotels & 2-4 floor condo apts. ski hills and outdoor activity center .. Camping - tried Walmart -no overnight because of shared lot . Told us Superstore, next lot over, allowed o/n so there we went . Good opportunity to stick up on ...
... this evening. It's been nice to sit outside and enjoy, we were slightly disappointed to find out that the pool closed at 8pm as by the time we thought about going it was 7:30pm. The weather is a bit muggy but there is no fire ban here just signs asking to ensure that all fires are out before you leave them unattended as the rest of the country is burning. We went for a small walk along the river the park is set up next to before ...
... A human being! It was amazing.
We loved Alberta Skydivers! The customer service, wonderful instructors and amazing experience! Ben and I are so happy we did it, and we have both found a new love for it!
Our goal is to skydive every country we visit now!
... cans just placed out in the open. The soil was sandy but with hard brown stones – and sinkholes to avoid. The various strata could be clearly seen on the ‘hills’ either side. We were taken to a rural cemetery as well as a couple of ‘western’ features. It was heaps of fun and something we would never have done otherwise.
Back on the main trail we went to an official viewpoint – but were also directed by a cache to a better ...
... been free to visit today – but that would not have altered our plans. We had iced tea with the BnB owners, picked up a map of the town and headed out to get orientated. We found the Information Centre (with the enormous dinosaur) which was closed but had a lot of information outside. We were also interested in the length of our shadows as the sun was setting. They stretched almost twice the width of the road. Then we had a light tea – at Fred and Barney’s restaurant. Where ...