Yesterday, the 10th, Marilyn and I did some sightseeing around Lethbridge, AB. We drove out to see the Alberta Birds of Prey that was supposed to open on the 10th. They said they were open sort of, because they were under construction. They did let us walk around for free to see what few birds they had out, falcon, owls, hawks, etc. Then we started the scenic drive through Lethbridge, past subdivisions, the downtown stores, and then down to see the river and the bridge. The river is called “Old Man River”, and the high bridge is a railroad bridge completed in 1909. We had lunch at Tim Horton’s, finished the scenic drive and went back to the campground to relax. Dinner was at the Mojo Pub and Grill. The salmon burgers were good.
We left Lethbridge today, the 11th, and drove to the Alberta Beach Golf Resort west of Edmonton about 30 miles. Marilyn fixed an enchilada pie, Carol brought salad, and Sharon brought chips and salsa. We all had another wonderful dinner.