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Rocky Mountains. The road to Sundre, Alberta, Canada.
Our camper in front of our house.
We went for a lovely drive in search of more boon-docking spots. The weather was perfect and we were fortunate to see some more Feral horses.
Snow on the Rockies. On the road to Sundre, Alberta, Canada.
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
Wildflowers in the Bear-berry hills on the way to Limestone Mountain. Click on photos for larger images. We went random camping near Limestone Mountain in Alberta during the Heritage Day long weekend again. Hubby wanted to park even closer to the edge. … Continue reading
We went random camping near Limestone Mountain in Alberta during the Canada Day Long Weekend. Hubby turned an old cowboy hat into a witches hat for me. Nikon D70 © Although it rained quite a bit, we put up our … Continue reading
al·fres·co /alˈfreskō/ Adverb In the open air. We went Boondocking again for a few days at a spot we call Meadows in the Bearberry Valley on crown-land, near Sundre, Alberta, Canada. We love our shade-net, which fastens onto the canopy, provides shade, … 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