The keys to my heart

These are the keys we used this summer when heading off for a month and a half on a camping trip to the Rocky Mountains. Although the majority of the time we were camping, my boyfriend and I decided that setting up a tent for about 6 hours of sleep when we had to pack it up the next day early early would not be ideal.

So we ended up staying in a total of 10 hotels in a month and a half. Cheapness was our goal if you can’t tell by the list:

1. Quality Inn – Battle Creek, Michigan: Average…

2. Ramada – Kearney, Nebraska: Very nice, newly renovated!

3. Super 8 – Dubois, Wyoming: Old

4. Super 8 – Cody, Wyoming: Old

5. C’mooooon Inn – Missoula, Montana: Best hotel EVER! I love the name. It was actually very nice with 6 hot tubs and a pool! I could only stay in the hot tub for 3 minutes since it was set at 100F and it was 100F outside. Phew!

6. Econolodge – Canmore, Alberta: Very nice! It had a fire place and a patio that we could walk out to a grassy yard. Also a kitchen just in case we had any desire to cook in Canmore….

7. Motel 6 – Sheridan, Wyoming: Brand new, pretty  nice for a Motel 6. Make sure you bring your own shampoo!

8. Super 8 – Rapid City, South Dakota: Old.

9. EconoLodge – La Crosse, Wisconsin: This was a remodeled school house. I felt sad staying here because it reminded me that I had to go back to teach again soon. Used priceline.com here, $50….great steal!

10. Hilton – Chicago, Illinois: We stayed here in April, loved the rooms and the lobby. Great location across from Grant Park. Used priceline.com here too, great deal at $60! But parking was an extra $40, ouch.

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Named in honour of the two decade fight to save Canada's white Kermode or spirit bear, Ghost Bear Photography, like the spirit bear campaign itself, hopes to reconnect people with the wild and through photography, help the world fall in love with nature again.

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