Woke up to a nice sunny day after a cool night,sure glad we have had electric for running the furnace. Started out good and then all of a sudden it seemed like the truck was not sounding right, first we thought it was the rough road or cold tires but then I took over to drive and it wasn't long before I had almost no power, couldn't get beyond 8th gear and no speed(35-40mph) Dave listened a while and then said"You know what, I think this truck is starved for fuel " so we stopped along the road and he checked, then decided to change the fuel filter and sure enough, that fixed it-- the filter was clogged from water in the fuel now we had to stop and pick up another filter as we didn't want to take a chance on needing the last one we had and prayed alot that it would be ok. We filled up again hoping to dilute anything left and it worked, no more problems. Life is lots of fun, but noone said it would be nice & easy every day. So we headed on in to Calgary with plans to stop at Calgary West campground,near the Olympic park from the Winter Olympics held here. Well, first we stopped at the Olympic park and Wow it is still awesome, I can't imagine what it was like with all those people from everywhere here. And our campground is close enough to see the ski jumps from . The only downside for me is BOY is this a big city. We thought it was bad drivig through Minneapolis on 35, the freeway/highway here goes from stoplight to stoplight through the main part of town and past the universities and of course, when we planned this part of the trip so Mom could come along, it set a schedule so we came into Calgary on Friday afternoon. Dave did a great job of driving us through with no trouble. From the camp, you can see new homes and housing developments all over across the hills and spread out from there. OK on to the parks tomorrow. The campground I wanted to use in the middle isn't open yet either so we will stay on the north end by Jasper in Whistler's campground for the first 2 nights and then come back down touring the icefields and move down to the south end at Lake Louise for our last night in the park, then back to Calgary to take Mom to the airport on Wednesday, the 14th.