Super 8 Motel Three Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... 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!
... miners started as young as 8 and worked in 5 foot high coal seams kilometers below ground in an environment that could explode at any moment. Jaxson had a chance to help change the train track. They had a ball on the train. After our mining expedition. We headed back to our site, this time WAY better location, trees, paved roads and the kids were quick to jump on the bikes. Hi to everyone from the Hot Alberta ...
... here was about 200 square meters.
Hoodoos are formed by erosion on limestone. At cold nights the water in the limestone freezes, by that cracking limestone. During the day the water melts and the cracked stone is led away, creating in time a hoodoo. We both liked hoodoos and Alice climbed around a little. I don't think she was supposed to do that, but we were alone anyway.
Now the whole area shows ...
... from other instructors - people who live and work in Vancouver and Victoria - who i otherwise wouldn't get a chance to learn from. I am excited about the opportunity to work with these people, and I am looking forward to it.
This trip also means that I will be spending a lot of time in close proximity to my fellow classmates. I expect that boundaries are going to be tested, and possibly strained in the next couple of days. ...
... cone shaped earth/rock with a flat ledge on the top. Shaped by the water and wind, the tops are harder than the sides and so they are shaped into wonderful silhouettes. Took one of the last ferries in Alberta pulled across a river by tow cable. Viewed canyons where horses were once lost and cowboys stole.
We all enjoyed the history and dramatic landscape, even with the ...