A summary of all the videos that appear on the various post of the blog.
As we neared Revelstoke, we came across many a waterfall and/or stream. Because of the headwind, we were able to feel the cold coming from the rushing water long before we saw anything. You cannot experience that in a car!
The video below gives you and idea of what it is like to cycle the Trans Canada Highway in the rain. It is 4 lane, 100 km per hour road. Fingers were cold and wet, so there are some issues that affect the intro and end of the video. The vehicles usually give us lots of room but you still get sprayed!
Video in Lake Louise Village where Daniel did some yoga
A couple of videos of the Legacy Trail closer to Canmore
A video of some furry friends just outside the museum
Video of the big truck on our side of the road heading EAST. We were told to move to the other side of the road.
Video of horses who wanted to follow us.
Below is a video to remind us of what the winds were like. Here as a result of a change in the road direction, we find ourselves with cross winds. You can clearly hear our bear bells ringing and the flags flapping!
Our first pharmacy opening.
We leave you with this video of bisons at the park in Minnedosa.
Thunder Bay skate board park.
Using my new found tool before I have to say goodbye for ever :-(
We did stick with the plan to take a motel and that was a good thing as you can see by the video below, the rain started around 4:30pm.
This is Helene's submission (Video A) for the 'official video' of Day 44
This is Daniel's submission (Video B) for the 'official video' of Day 44
Being by the lake shore, we spent a chilly night but being lulled to sleep by the waves was a small price to pay.
Beaver Falls video
View from the train video
Windy weather along the way
Helene cooking again :-)
Bridge in Little Current
Providence Bay beach exercise machine
Helene is already getting a head start on the ski season.
Daniel's victory run for the 8-in adjustable wrench
Kemble Womens' Institute Lookout
Helene (aka Mme Beaver) Leroux was attracted by the sound of rushing water and had to stop and take a video of Furnace Falls.
The video below is of Helene nearing the top of the 12% climb that was accomplished without stopping.
A lovely video of rain falling outside and not on us while in a tent