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After we left Gerrard, we camped for three nights at Rosebery Provincial Park, near New Denver, in British Columbia, Canada. “Rosebery Provincial Park is located just north of New Denver, on Highway 6. To the west, across Slocan Lake, is … Continue reading
I created four scrapbook pages of 12″ x 12″ in August 2015. The photos were taken at the Calgary Zoo. Some of the supplies I used were a gift from a friend 😉 Patterned Paper “Natural Animal” by “Recollections Signature”, Zebra … 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
Athabasca Glacier. Please click for a larger view. Please see next photo for a close up of the cars and people in the foreground. Nikon D70 © Please see previous photo, this is a close up of the cars and … Continue reading
A few of us boondocked at the place we call the Meadows. The dogs alerted us to a Cougar in the woods. You can report Bears, cougars, etc. at Mountain view bear smart. Please click on image for larger photo. Nikon D70 … Continue reading
After leaving Nanaimo we stayed in Hazelmere RV Park, White Rock again for last few days of our Vacation. We had partial hook up right by the creek. Nikon D70 © Our son, daughter in law and Grandchild went with … Continue reading
The day we left Nanaimo was a beautiful sunny day. We took the Coastal Inspiration ferry from Duke Point, Nanaimo to Tsawwassen on the Vancouver mainland. Another magnificent day. “Coastal Inspiration is the second of three Coastal Class ships to be … Continue reading
Kayaks Living Forest Oceanside Nikon D70 © After we left Qualicum we went to Nanaimo on Vancouver Island. “Famous for its varied landscapes and more than two dozen parks, the city of Nanaimo boasts one of the prettiest waterfronts in … Continue reading
From French Beach we visited Port Renfrew Please click on photo Nikon D70 © Totem pole Port Renfrew Please click on photo Nikon D70 © Totem pole Port Renfrew Please click on photo Nikon D70 © From Sooke Potholes we … Continue reading