Canola field in Alberta, Canada.


We went boondocking again for a few days near Sundre, Alberta, Canada in the Bearberry Valley at a place we call Horsey Meadows. The weather was perfect, with very few bugs and the dogs loved it. The Feral horses and some cows came to visit us as usual.



Wild horses couldn’t keep us away.Taken from our campsite.



WHOA! Taken from our campsite.

“The Wild Horses of Alberta Society (WHOAS) was formed as a nonprofit society in 2002 after public outcry over the destruction of several wild horses that lived in the foothills and mountains of the Eastern slopes of Alberta. For the past 13 years WHOAS has been working on solutions for wild horse population management and has always felt that the Alberta wild horses require proper management and protection.”– Wild Horses of Alberta


A Feral horse with amazing blue eyes. Taken from our campsite.


This is how close the horses come to our campsite.


Taken from our campsite.


Skokijan stealing my blanket.




Me doing some Scrapbook planning.


The cows coming home.


It’s better to be seen and not herd.


Turn the udder cheek and mooo-ve on.



If you didn’t like that cow joke don’t worry, I’ve got udders.



The view from inside our camper.

We recently added a mirror as a back-splash to our camper’s kitchen sink, which makes the camper look lighter and bigger inside as well as reflecting the outside.


Wild Mushrooms.


I tried out something different, taking photos through an old frame which I got from a thrift store, but I have to experiment some more 😉


I like the skull bracelet I got from a friend.


One day we made fried fish in batter, we used Rock fish, with a batter made from flour, herbs, spices and then dipped the fish in a whisked raw egg.


We fried the fish in hot sunflower oil on our Coleman stove, in a cast iron chicken pot/pan.


We use a STABIL splatter screen from Ikea which is stainless steel. The handle can be folded down to save space when storing.




We served the fish with potato wedges, lemon juice and mayonnaise. Next time we will try to make our chips as well.


The full moon between the trees.


Horsey Meadows.

About Tokeloshe.

Welcome and thank you for visiting. I have been happily married (sic) for 40 years, have one son, a loving daughter in law and three adorable grandsons. We have been in Canada for 20 years and are originally from South-Africa. My first language is Afrikaans. (Ek kan nog Afrikaans praat, lees en skryf.) I love doing mixed media, scrap-booking, blogging and playing on the computer, I am also interested in photography, genealogy, reading, hiking, camping, arts and crafts.
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13 Responses to WHOA!

  1. Ruth2Day says:

    what a beautiful place to spend some time. you are very lucky

    Liked by 1 person

  2. perdebytjie says:

    Heerlik saam met jou gekamp,Linda!Die perde is pragtig en ek is mal oor jou koeigrappies.😄

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Sjoe ek het lekker hier by jou gekuier!

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  4. dominique says:

    Your interesting blog I just found- thanks to you liking my last post! Love your canola fields pic and wild horses! Maybe even come to Canada one day- who knows! How fab to learn about people living all over the place ! Totsiens!xx

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    • Tokeloshe says:

      Thank you for the visit, I’m glad you liked them, the canola fields were stunning, unfortunately we could’t stop for more photos because of our caravan. We never get tired of the horses. You should come and visit, it’s a great country 😉 I’m glad I discovered your blog as well, thanks to Cleo Horton. @RuthBH2Day
      Mooi bly ♥♥♥

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  5. Colleen says:

    Love the pic of the moon. Beautiful

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