Overnight in Revelstoke, B.C.

Trip Start Jan 01, 2007
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Trip End Dec 31, 2007


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Friday, July 6, 2007

  We're spending Thursday night in Revelstoke, on the road to Banff, Alberta.  Once again - an unexpected free wi-fi at the campground, so will write a few lines and post a few photos.  Am almost positive we will not have wi-fi from here on, so am posting the next week's dates, locations, and map pins ahead of time so you'll know where we are if you check in!
   We're dependent on finding wi-fi for the first time, since our Verizon AirCard, which would probably get a signal here, would cost close to a dollar a minute, in addition to the usual monthly all the minutes we can use for $60. 
   Today was a bit longer than our usual drive (about 5 hours - mostly mountain driving, instead of our usual 3 hours or so), as we wanted to make tomorrow's trip to Banff a bit shorter.  Once we get to Banff National Park and get set up, we'll be taking the car to Calgary (about an hour and a half's drive) to pick up Keri at the airport there.  Her flight gets in at about 11 p.m., so it will be a late night.
   Our campground here in Revelstoke is small, without a pool, but quite nice, and it really filled up soon after we parked.  When we're doing an overnight-only stop like this, we try to get a "pull-through" site, which means we don't have to take the car off of the dolly, we just drive in and set up for the short stay.  In the morning, we just drive out of the park after a quick breakfast, because we're all hooked up and ready to go!
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