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Aug 8, 2015 - Starting to say bye to the mountains is so hard to do.

Day 16 – Keith Last night as Leah was typing up yesterdays report we noticed a fellow rider scouting the campground for a site. He showed up pretty late and the camp attendant Maurice informed us earlier that they were already full. As the rider looped around a lower section Leah and I decided to invite him to pitch his tent on our site. He pulled up and sounded so happy to not have to keep searching for a site. The riders name was Andy, he was a Lawyer from Washington DC. He just wrote the bar exam and was waiting to hear back. In the mean...

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2015 BC Bike Trip

May 6, 2011 - Nordegg, Alberta

Tomorrow I will move to a place called Nordegg, which is about one hour’s drive to the west. The campground where I will working is yet another hour’s drive west of Nordegg in the mountains. I can’t go there yet until the snow melts. I am not sure how long I will be in Nordegg. I will stay there until the snow melts in the mountains. The park has arranged a place for me to camp in Nordegg for free until I start work.

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Find Tom 3

Jul 20, 2010 - Fish Lake

Tuesday 20 July 2010 Left at 9.30am heading north towards Jasper. Met up with Lawrence and Penny at the junction of Route 22 and travelled in convoy. Heading north on Highway 22, then on to 54 and back on to 22 before coming on to Highway 11. Went through a town called Rocky Mountain House (some interesting names in Canada) and decided as we were close to where we were going to camp we would carry on and have lunch when we stopped. Travelling along the highway Dave looked to his left along a gravel road and saw a bear; he called out...

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Jul 15, 2009 - Nordegg, Alberta

7/15 – 7/18 Leaving Jasper and Banff National Parks we took PH11 to the Bighorn Dam near Nordegg, Alberta. For four nights we parked on top of an earthen dam overlooking the reservoir on one side and the Bighorn River on the other. We spent the two days relaxing, not touring, although we did take a short 8 mile trip to check out Crescent Falls.

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