Celestial Camping


Photo taken by hubby from our campsite.
Focal Length: 500mm
Aperture: 7.1Exposure: 1/640 sec
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Tepee in the Meadows.
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We went Boondocking again at a place we call the Meadows on the Labor day long weekend. Please click on photos for larger images.
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Bearberry Valley. Photo taken by Hubby.
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Bearberry Valley Photo taken by Hubby.
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Remember to breath.
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View from our campsite.
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Hubby made a seafood Paella.
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Hubby made a Beer Bread in a celestial pot.
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Beer Bread Recipe from Fired up cooking SA

Feral Horses running past our camp.
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Horses in the Bearberry Valley.
Photo taken by hubby.
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“Wild horses” or “feral horses”? The debate rages on in Alberta, Canada. The provincial government believes that the wild horses west of Sundre, Alberta are the descendants of domestic horses used in logging and guiding/outfitting operations in the early 1900’s. The Wild Horse Society of Alberta (WHOAS) believes that they are of Spanish descent. WHOAS is so sure of this that they have sent away DNA samples to the University of Texas, Equine Genetics Lab for testing.Wild Horses Of Alberta.

Deer near our camp.
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Meadows

Graphics: Made with “House of Lime” Sun & Moon Dings  in Corel Paint Shop Pro

4 comments

  1. Hello, Tok! I have been enjoying your posts about all your travels….your photos are stunning! I have heard my sister speak of some of the places you’ve been to on your holiday 🙂

    Thank you for the mention – hugs!

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