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cormin

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It might be cold and there's lotsa snow but I'm sure by now everyone is thinking about riding! So - when you're daydreaming about the road, think of a place you'd like to go and add it as a reply to this note. I'll keep a list (although it will be on the forum) for future reference and rides. As an exanple I've always liked the ride to St. Paul. So put on your thinking caps and see what you come up with.

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Slave Lake via Swan Hills and Athabasca
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Brazeau Dam via Drayton Valley and Rocky Mountain House
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The Cabot Trail, counter clockwise, very early in the morning, works for me. Great little lobster house / pub at south end of the run,

okay, For Alberta the two day run to Cypress Hills Provincial Park in the extreme south east corner of Alberta / Saskatchewan/ Montana border. magical place of hundreds of square miles of original rolling prairies that have never felt the bite of a plow. as wild and natural when first seen by the white man a hundred years ago. a truly mystical unknown place of Alberta. 

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