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Old 05-05-2014, 11:42 AM   #15
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Just in case you don't already have them .
Links to B.C. and Alberta road reports.

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Thanks. I'm sure I'll use them. I bookmarked them.
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Glacier National Park is a must-see. Then up eastern B.C. stopping at Fairmont Hot Springs.
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Glacier National Park is a must-see. Then up eastern B.C. stopping at Fairmont Hot Springs.

We will be staying in Kelowna and will drive the toad into Glacier NP Canada and the surrounding area for four days. Then we will be staying in Canmore for six days to see the eastern section of the Banff. After that we will be doing four days at Glacier NP MT.

All in all we are doing thirteen different 4-6 day stops to visit national parks and forests. Adding in a week with family in Washington, and a weekend in Vegas, should make it a very great summer.

I checked out Fairmont Hot Springs. I saw a resort with that name. Is that what you are referring to?
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