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It has been snowing since yesterday and the snow has to go somewhere.
We had a lot of snow and it is still snowing. Erik loves playing in the snow.
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 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
I scrap-booked four 12″ x 12″ pages using photos of China Town, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. My inspiration for the first page was Gold and Black card from a Stamping and Paper-craft magazine. The other pages were “China” from the book “Deluxe … Continue reading
Sunbathing. “If a gray squirrel’s tail has stripes it means that the squirrel is still adolescent, adult gray squirrels don’t have stripes.” – Black mouth cur “Sciurus carolinensis, common name eastern gray squirrel or grey squirrel depending on region, is … Continue reading
Crows in our Crab-apple tree, on our lawn, in the street and on the roofs. They moved down the street, from one crab apple tree to the next, damaging the crop, stripping the tree almost bare. These guys got way … Continue reading
Two Black Tree squirrels have moved into our backyard, they are quite skittish and move very fast. The other Brown Tree Squirrels are also still around. “Calgary is home to three species of tree squirrels, but it’s the Eastern Grey Squirrel that’s … Continue reading