Category : Alberta

Dinosaur Provincial Park Alberta

Welcome to Dinosaur Provincial Park, the home of Canada’s largest and most spectacular badlands! More species of dinosaurs have been found at this park than any other location of this size.   Dinosaur Provincial Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, extends for some 27km along the Red Deer River Valley and consists of mesas, hoodoos, and coulees. There’s a lovely …

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Edberg Alberta

We headed on up to our next moochdocking location and the gravel road was in the process of being redone!  Luckily, at this point, we were driving our car, not the RV, so we managed to make it into the yard. But on the way out, as the wind was blowing quite hard, we accidentally drove over a bucket which …

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Bashaw Alberta

It’s that time of year again! Time for our annual family get together. Last year we held it at Lake Bend Hall and this year we are doing the same. It is not only a great location but it also has a nice indoor facility for preparing and serving food just in case it is too rainy, too hot, too …

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Bashaw Alberta

We are back in Bashaw!  We come here almost every summer to enjoy our family and friends, the prairie life, good fresh farm food, and a yearly family camp-out. Plus we get to moochdock off various family members!!   Our site sits in the beautiful prairies of Alberta surrounded by fields, gardens, flowers, and fabulous scenery.   The town of …

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Oyen Alberta

We continued along Trans Canada Highway from Moose Jaw in to the eastern part of Alberta to the town of Oyen.  The wind started blowing and the sky started to get dark. We didn’t get any actual rain drops that afternoon but we certainly battled the wind!! But, as usual, along the way we had beautiful prairie scenery!   We …

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Writing On The Stone Provincial Park Alberta

We departed Brooks, Alberta in thick, heavy smoke and made our way south to Milk River along the border of Alberta and Montana. The wildfires in British Columbia were still burning out of control and the smoke from the fire continued to blow east into Alberta and beyond. We continued our drive south hoping for clearer skies and cleaner air. …

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Kinbrook Island Provincial Park Brooks Alberta

It was hot and smokey! The wildfires in British Columbia continued to burn and the smoke continued to blow into Alberta. We could not get away from it. We headed south past Brooks to Kinbrook Island Provincial Park which sits along the east side of Lake Newell. The campground is really on an island which you access via a short …

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Those Young Guys

  We spent well over a month in central Alberta and certainly wore out our welcome! But it was a terrific time. We spent lots of quality time with family and friends and enjoyed the farm life.   It was in the summer when British Columbia was under a state of emergency due to the over 500 wildfires burning. For …

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Gravel Road Alberta

  Bashaw is a small farming community in central Alberta where we visit to meet up with friends and family.  There is a small district hall close to Buffalo Lake which is perfect for a long weekend meetup complete with plenty of parking, a hall with restrooms, full kitchen, and plenty of seating indoors in case of rainy weather. We …

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Drumheller Alberta Hoodoos

Hoodoos Trail A hoodoo is a weather rock pinnacle and the Drumheller area has lots of them. There is an area east of town called Hoodoos Trail which is an icon of the Alberta Badlands. It is a very touristy area so beware but there are a variety of short trails in the area plus a trail which leads to …

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