You can pick up a copy of Dust in My Pack at the following locations:
Owl's Nest Books, Britannia Shopping Plaza on Elbow Drive at 49th Avenue
Chapters, Indigo-Spirit, Cascade Plaza, 317 Banff Ave
Cafe Books, 100-826 Main Street
Valhalla Pure Outfitters, 726 Main Street
Mint Health & Drugs, C-104, 1120 Railway Ave
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When: November 25, 2018
What time: Between 11am and 5pm
Where: Cafe Books, #100, 826 Main Street, Canmore, Alberta
How can a region rise above a deadly turmoil that caused the relocation of millions of people when its border was drawn and pivot such negativity into a mock stand-off that draws two stadiums full of cheering visitors every night? The Attari - Wagah border between India and Pakistan has managed to do precisely this by diffusing tensions with a one-of-a-kind and purely entertaining production.
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I really liked how each trip was set up: First, The Basics including a Synopsis, Most Useful Items, and Further Travel Information. Second, this was followed by the author’s Experience, which in most cases were amazing and read like a short story.
Our particular route via the Schiesser Ledges to the Alpine Club of Canada's Neil Colgan Hut - Canada's highest, permanent habitable structure - had turned from a scramble into a low-grade climb. And I was a novice mountaineer quickly flying past my zone of comfort.
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Photo credit: Chad O'Hare
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Explorer of all seven continents on a quest to find the essence of lesser-visited destinations.