Monthly Archives: March 2018

Wild Horses of Sundre

Time for something a little different. Last weekend we went out for a Sunday drive.  At Emily’s suggestion, we decided to head north on the Forestry Trunk Road / Highway 40 to see if we could spot some of the … Continue reading

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Dance the Night Away in Saskatchewan

Manitou Beach is a tiny village located on the south shore of Little Manitou Lake.  In the first few decades of the twentieth century, this was an extremely popular tourist destination thanks to the “miracle” waters of Little Manitou Lake. … Continue reading

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20 Years of Exploring

Sometimes a posting comes together quickly.  I’ll get an idea for a topic, throw something up on the screen, and publish within an hour or so.  Other posts take a long time to come to fruition. This is one of … Continue reading

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Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park

So close to home, yet a world away.  That’s the best way I can think to describe Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park.  Located just south of Highway 1A between Calgary and Cochrane, once you leave the pavement it is hard to … Continue reading

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