From the description of Highway 93, I knew the scenery wouldn’t be as dramatic as it had been before Radium Hot Springs and Invermere. My vision was that we would cross the border into the U.S., for less expensive gas that Canada. I didn’t shoot much as we drove and talked. When we got to Kalispell, there should be time for the National Park near the town of West Glacier. Somehow, we took Highway 3 instead of 93. Thinking back on it, Highway 3 had more interesting scenery than 93 did on this day’s part. When a sign indicated we were about to enter Alberta, instead of the U.S., it was time to check a phone app for our location. It was an hour back to 93 and no reasonable shortcuts. The two additional hours meant we would buy more gas in Canada, where a tankful had cost about $85 Canadian each time. In Fernie, we got $20 worth and hoped it would get us to Eureka, Montana. The hamburger in a nifty place on this street made the side trip more bearable. Actually, Fernie is a pretty nice town, The Brick House.
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