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Lower Kananaskis Lake

Kayaking the Lower Kananaskis Lake, Alberta. Continue reading

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Kayaking in the Mountains

Kayaking the Upper Kananaksis Lake. Continue reading

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Kayaking Devon, Alberta to Laurier Heights in Edmonton, Alberta

Kayaking the North Saskatchewan River from Devon, Alberta to Laurier Heights in Edmonton. Continue reading

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The North Saskatchewan River Through Edmonton, Alberta

Kayaking the North Saskatchewan River through Edmonton, Alberta. Continue reading

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Coyote Pups, Pelicans and Two 50 km Rides

Yesterday, after our walk in Dinosaur Provincial Park, we drove into Brooks to buy gas. On the way I spied three puppies in a field. Mur braked, turned the SUV around and we had a closer look. They were coyote … Continue reading

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Bugs

Campground cleared out today. By the time we got out of the tent at 7am 1/2 of last nights guests had packed and left. By noon we were the only ones in our end. Seems like Wednesday is the crossover … Continue reading

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Local Camping Trip

When we can avoid Hwy 2 to get to where we want to go, we do. There are several roads that go south to Dinosaur Provincial Park, our destination for a few days. We have traversed Hwy 21 quite a … Continue reading

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Up Close and Personal

Yesterday we were tourists at home. Staying at our house are two folks from Devonshire, GB. A arrived a few weeks ago and N arrived a couple of days ago. We have been busy trying to see a few things … Continue reading

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A Visit with M and Toby in Grande Prairie, Alberta

Grande Prairie, Alberta is about a 4 hour drive, or 1 hour flight, north of Edmonton. It has a population of about 50,000. What draws workers to the area is the oil patch and the forest industry. As a specific … Continue reading

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A Day in Banff National Park

I delivered Murray to B’s house where a group is going to Taylor Lake to back country ski. I now have the day to myself in Banff National Park. The snow is abundant, so I am going to head to … Continue reading

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