|18 Days For The Whole Trip.|
|3 Day Run From The West Coast.|
____ Dawn on a new day and I'm away; Ten Mile Hill and the Kicking Horse Pass climbing into the clouds. Then the Continental Divide; from British Columbia into Alberta and bright sunshine. Downhill to Calgary with the weather influence from the Arctic; to Redcliff for fuel and the fitting of the Winter front. Minus twenties with ice on the inside of the north-facing drivers-side window. A late finish at Whitewood, Saskatchewan, 747 miles for the day. An eight hour break before cracking-on; getting the trip finished on the eighteenth day when it should have been done inside a fortnight.
|Heading for the brightness of Alberta on the Trans-Canada Highway.|
|Colder Temperatures on the eastern side of the Continental Divide.|
|Grain silo on made to measure trailer.|
|Ice on the inside.|