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We went random camping near Limestone Mountain and Limestone Creek near Sundre, Alberta for a few days again. We have gone camping in this area before, you can read about the post here. We have named it Room with a view and it was spotless … Continue reading
We went camping again at one of our favorite places next to the James River near Sundre, Alberta, Canada.
We went Boondocking again for a few days at one of our favorite places on the James River, near Sundre, Alberta, Canada. We saw some of the wild horses of Alberta (WHOA) again, you can read more about them here. “The Wild … Continue reading
You can see more of our camping trip here. I made some more Hatpins and a beaded princess on our last camping trip. I use a plastic Plano toolbox. My tools and supplies are in the top tray. Wire in different colors … Continue reading
We went Boondocking for a few days at one of our favorite places on the James River, near Sundre, Alberta, Canada. We saw the wild horses of Alberta (WHOA) again, you can read more about them here. “The James River is a … Continue reading
We went boondocking in the Bearberry Valley on crown-land, near Sundre, Alberta with some friends over the Heritage day long weekend. We have camped in the area before, but it was the first time at this spot. We arrived in the rain, … Continue reading
After we left Rosebery Provincial Park, we headed south via Nelson and then east and it started raining more and more, we had a thunderstorm and lots of hail (big ones), causing some hydroplaning. I got quite scared, but there was … Continue reading
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
After we left the Arrow Lake Ferry we drove to Trout Lake, BC, where we had hoped to camp, but there were too many people, even though it was during the week, so we drove on to Gerrard. The distance to … Continue reading