the Google Map above you're looking at South Western Canada
/ North Western US. You might have heard of Calgary, which
is about a two hour drive north-northwest of Lethbridge.
The US border is about 50 miles directly south. Vancouver,
which is where the 2010 Winter Olympics took place (even
though Vancouver doesn't really have a winter) is about 450
miles straight west of Lethbridge. The Rocky Mountains are
about 75 miles west and on most days you can see them very
clearly.Waterton Lakes National Parkis
about an hour and 15 minutes away by car.
a nice place to raise a family. It is a very very clean
and well maintained city of about 80,000 people.
The summers are very hot and dry with temperatures of 35
degrees C. not unusual. The winters are usually very
mild, due to the “Chinook Winds” that blow over the
Rocky Mountains and bring warm, dry Pacific air which
melts all the snow. However, the downside is that
the wind HOWLS (100 kph/60 mph winds are not
uncommon) and it can go on for days, sometimes
are some photographs of theUniversity of
where I work.