Six locally independent Coffee Shops in downtown in Medicine Hat really create an authentic coffee culture for visitor and locals alike. They each have their own personality and specialties of the house.
In the 1920s Medalta supplied 75% of the pottery goods available in Canada. The factory closed in 1954, but its kilns and warehouses still stand. Today, it is a National Historic Site and a living working museum that celebrates the ceramic arts.
After saying farewell to the Blackburns, Chris from Alberta Parks and i head to the spring Creek cross-country trails where Lodgepole pines scatter the rolling terrain. The trails have recently been double track set and are in great shape.
The giant Saamis Tepee fades from view as I exit the highway and head into Medicine Hat s historic downtown. On past visits, I d whizzed through The Hat unaware the river valley hub is buzzing with an energetic culinary, cultural and recreational scene
Burrr, january can be so cold. It s impossible to just chill (yes, pun intended) and listen to some sweet tunes when it s so dang cold. Tongue on the Post Music Festival feels your pain and has come to the rescue.