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Lussier Hot Springs
2013-04-30  00:02:00

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 It was time for our little family to hit the road again last week and this time we drove to Invermere and the Lussier Hot Springs. It was quite a drive, around 3 hours but the scenery was beautiful so the time flew by. We saw a lot of animals, the deers were everywhere and plenty of sheeps were walking around on the roads. We also saw a wild turkey, some squirrels and, the best of all - a wolf! Finally I got to see one, it was running at a riverside into the forest. We stopped to try to get some photos of it, but he dissapeared quickly. 
The springs were pretty nice, really warm. It was almost too hot to be in the water. The hottest pool is up to 43C, and then the water cools as it flows down towards the Lussier River. We had a nice little roadtrip, but I still want to see a bear before I leave... 
Roadtripping with James and Sandy
Live simply
A massive sandcastle

Michael got a nice sulfur tan

 The goat shat himself while crossing the road
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Emelie Persson
Stockholm, Sweden

In this blog I'm writing about my life as a backpacker and a seasonal worker. I've been traveling the past five years and just can't stop. I'm simply too dependent and the grass is always greener on the other side they say... I hope to inspire and help other Travellers by sharing my experiences through this blog. If there's any questions, don't hesitate to write a comment or contact my mail. And remember, a little comment will inspire me to write more often!

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