Canada

Lethbridge

From Nordegg we travelled back to Calgary to spend some time with our daughter and her boyfriend. From here we decided to go to Lethbridge which is around a two-and-a-half-hour drive south. We set off down HWY-2 until we were south of Okotoks to Aldersyde where we turned east along HWY-547 to HWY-24 South which …

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On to Nordegg

We left Cache Creek and continued south; our destination would be Edson. As we travelled along, we came across Pierre Gray’s Lakes Provincial Park and decided to stop. We hiked around McDonald Lake; this hike was approximately 6 km/3.25 miles. Again, continuing south until we came to Willian A. Switzer Provincial Park where we stopped …

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Back into Alberta

We left Chetwynd for Fort St. John, taking the scenic route (Highway 29) along the Peace River Valley. There are major roadworks along this route once past Hudson’s Hope. We thought that they were just upgrading this section of the highway by twining it. As we climbed out of the valley, we came across a …

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West into BC

We continued west from Dawson Creek along Highway 97 before turning south to Tumbler Ridge, the drive was quite scenic with clear blue skies. We checked out the Monkman RV Park, this is the local campground. When we talked to the camp host, we found that they had only one site available with services, after …

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Decisions, Decisions!

After finally arriving High Level late afternoon we were informed that High Level was holding its annual Rodeo. We continued on to the Grounds to check it out, being late in the day most of the parking was filled other than driving into a muddy field. After assessing the situation, we decided to head back …

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Northwest Alberta Part 2

From Hines Creek, we planned on going to Dunvegan to spend a couple of days at the local campground which is located in the river valley, next to the river. Unfortunately, due to Covid the campground was closed, therefore we had to continue on till we arrived at Rycroft where the local campground had space …

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Northwest Alberta

After our time in Edmonton we left late afternoon to head to our next destination, which was Redwater to visit the World’s largest Oil Derrek. This would be a quick stop for a photoshoot only.From here we would head to Westlock where we would spend the night. After a relatively quite night in Westlock, we …

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Southern Alberta

We left Swift Current mid morning and travelled to Medicine Hat where we had some lunch. We were supposed to see the World’s largest Tee Pee which is located in Medicine Hat, but for some reason we were distracted and left without seeing it and when we realised this it was not worth the time …

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