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Bearberry Heritage & Arts Centre. A rest-stop on the way to the back-country.
Our rig in front of our house.
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 … Continue reading
We went boondocking again for a few days near Sundre, Alberta, Canada in the Bearberry Valley. It was the second time that we camped at this spot, the previous time was in the Spring of 2016. It was very quite and we … Continue reading
We went boondocking for a few days near Sundre, Alberta, Canada in the Bearberry Valley. It was our first camp of the season. Although we have camped in the area quite often, it was the first time that we camped at … Continue reading
We visited Coombs on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada on a Sunny Saturday afternoon during our 2015 Vacation. The Old Country Market (Goats on the roof ) is one of our favorite places to visit. Unfortunately the goats weren’t out yet … Continue reading
We camped for three nights at Rathtrevor Provincial park, in Parksville on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada during our 2015 Vacation. “Majestic old growth trees, beautiful ocean sunsets and an inviting, wide sandy beach with campsites nestled amongst mature Douglas fir … Continue reading
We took a ferry during our 2015 Vacation over Upper Arrow Lake in British Columbia, Canada . Here we are waiting at the ferry terminal, which has bath-rooms, picnic tables and a lovely view of the lake. This beautiful free … Continue reading
Wildflowers in the Bear-berry hills on the way to Limestone Mountain. Please click on photos for larger images. We went random camping near Limestone Mountain and Limestone Creek in Alberta during the Heritage Day long weekend again. Hubby wanted to park … Continue reading