As I was mentioning on my blog, I heard what sounded like an accordion so I investigated. Here's Doris Norman (Sweden) and Ely Kazakoff (Russia) who were simply the two friendliest people that I have met on this trip. Doris is a performance pianist from Sweden and Ely could sing some great Russian folklore songs. Byt the time the evening was over, they had an international concert with several Koreans singing Amazing Grace. What a great way to end a day of firsts.
Day 3 (June 30, 2008) In the Canadian Rockies July 2nd 2008 Day 3 (June 30, 2008): Made it to Lake Louise
I broke camp this morning at 0530. Not because I needed to be up at that hour but because I was slept out…lots of fresh air causes a person to sleep very good and I have been sleeping extremely well.
The routine is getting down but I always want to expect the unexpected. Like tonight I am at the Lake Louise National Park and started to set up ... read more
North America » Canada » Alberta » Lake Louise A land of vast distances and rich natural resources, Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown. Economically and technologically the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbor to the sou... ... read more
Do you have your "bucket list"? Life is too short to not have one and it is never to late to start. Welcome to my "bucket list" of "adventure" motorcycle rides from Alaska to Bear Tooth Pass to the North Shore of Lake Superior and now to Nova Scotia. I'm Rob Keller from Bismarck, ND and I retired in 2008 from the North Dakota National Guard after 26 years. Motorcycling has been my favorite hobby and through my travel blog I want you to come along and enjoy the ride. Believe in your dreams and make them happen...
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