Thursday morning we got up, and aimed almost immediately for Ainsworth Hot Springs. These are the first commercial ones of our little hot springs tour, but still well worth it. If you’ve never stopped in here, it’s worth checking out at least once. There’s a little cave where the springs come out of the mountain, and you can walk through the hot, waist-deep water. There’s also a little cold-plunge pool, which I was even brave enough to use this time around! Twice! My dad used to do it, and tried to convince us, but one toe in the water was
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Wednesday morning, we had breakfast by a crashing roadside waterfall — scrambled eggs and garlic pan-fried potatoes. A few people, seeing the sign in our back window, stopped to congratulate us.
After breakfast and coffee, we headed on to Halfway hot springs, which we’d never previously been to. While wandering around trying to locate the path “down”, we said hello to a couple random hippies — and were surprised to realize we knew these hippies. It was Tarzie, and her husband and baby. I’ve known Tarzie for years through the Calgary Burner community! An awesome surprise to find them by
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