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Jun 18, 2012 - Entering Canada

We have Wifi at this campground so here we go.......... We crossed the Canadian border at Coutts, Alberta right over the line from Sweet Grass, MT. We met Trevor and Judy in Milk River. (They are friends we met in Florida that live in Canada). After an early lunch and catching up, both RV's traveled about a half an hour to Writing on Stone Provincial Park. The park is located in Milk River, Alberta and we made arrangements to stay in a campground overnight. The weather had turned to on and off rain, but we were able to go on a bus and...

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Jun 30, 2009 - Milk River, Alberta

6/30 – 7/1 At about 11:15 AM our two motorhomes crossed the border into Alberta. They asked the normal questions about liquor, tobacco and guns and we were out of the border station in about two minutes. We traveled 47 miles along I-15 and PH4 to our first stop: Eight Flags Campground in Milk River. There was plenty to see in this area. First we drove about 40 miles to Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park. A Blackfoot Indian guide took us on a tour of the petroglyphs (rock carvings) and pictographs (rock paintings). Next we drove 15 miles north...

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Jun 21, 2008 - On the Road Again

Well, we are off again! We are heading to California where our daughter, Fiona, her husband, Darcy, and four children, Jordinn (9 on July 4!), Hunter (7), Kooper (5) and Irellan (3+) will meet us in Anaheim to visit Disneyland. We left Edmonton this morning in beautiful weather. It makes you wonder why we go away at this time of year! For the first time this year I got out of bed and said, "It is going to be a hot day today!" We went to the trailer and packed most of the things away and set of about 9:20 am. It was indeed, a glorious day....

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May 19, 2008 - We're off and running.

This morning we left our favorite small town, White Sulphur Springs, Montana, and headed up Rt. 12 toward Great Falls and the Canadian border. It was a pleasant drive through the Montana mountains. We saw several deer along the highway and a number of picturesque small towns. The traffic on Interstate 15 was light and we were thinking that we would be settled at our first stop in a short time. All hopes were dashed when we approached the border. Only one lane was open for cars and RV's to make it through customs. This experience was an...

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