James River


We went Boondocking on the James River near Sundre, Alberta.
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A cold swiming hole.
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A view of our camper through the trees from the other side of the river.
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There were many different wild Mushrooms.
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Stone Staircase.
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Kris and Skokijan
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Potjiekos.
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The weather was so nice, I did some scrapbooking outside.
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Our hurricane lantern from Lee Valley.
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Solar light.
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One night hubby and I drove to higher ground to try and see the Northern lights, which we didn’t see, but we did see the milky way and the International Space station.

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Kris is a Belgian Sheepdog/German Shepherd cross.
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Kris and Skokijan enjoyed swimming.
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Wet teddy.
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6 comments

  1. That river is beautiful, but the water does look distinctly chilly.
    Poor Skokijan doesn’t look the same after that swim … oh, wait, that isn’t him, it’s a teddy!

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