I returned to Canada and stayed in Invermere, British Columbia.

I decided to check out the Radium Hot Springs.

   
   

I figured I could use some relaxation so I ventured into the hot water pool.

After some time, I then visited the cold water pool.

To the right is the cold water pool.  The temperature was 82.4 degrees Farenheit.

   
   
There is a short walk between the hot and cold pools.
The Hot Pool is located in the back of the complex and had a water temperature that day of 102.2 degrees Farenheit.

   
   
Both pools are fed by a hot spring, known as Radium Hot Springs.

     
     


 

     
     

I would have liked to see what it looked like before it became commericialized.

     
     

After parking my car for dinner, I noticed two sheep looking for dinner.  They looked like statues.

 

 

It was fun to watch them shop for food.

 
     
     

 

 
     
     

 

 
     
     
     
     
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