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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
While we were camping at Rosebery Provincial Park, near New Denver, in British Columbia, Canada. We drove up to Idaho Peak Lookout. “12 km of steep narrow road to parking lotslimited pullouts for vehicles to passno motor homes or trailers allowed1.4 … Continue reading
Friends of ours who we have known for almost 30 years, originally also from South-Africa recently spent a few wonderful days with us in Calgary. They visited us before in 2010. We took them to see another part of Kananaskis on … Continue reading
Banff National Park gate, Alberta, Canada. This photo was taken through our car’s window. Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. This photo was taken through our car’s window. Wildlife corridor in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. This photo was taken … Continue reading
Here are some winter photos we have taken throughout the years. Skating at Bowness Park, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Castle Mountain, Alberta, Canada. Buller day use, Canada, Alberta, Canada. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 17.12.2005 Bowriver, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada. … Continue reading
After leaving Wells, B.C. we camped at Horsefly Lake Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada for the Heritage long weekend. Despite it being a long weekend, we were fortunate to get a site on the beach. We saw and heard … Continue reading
We drove via Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada to British Columbia on a cool 15 degrees Celsius rainy day. Athabasca Glacier which is part of the Columbia Icefield. Please click for a larger view. “Part of the Columbia Icefield The glacier currently … Continue reading