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Aug 21, 2014 - Waterton Lake Village, Alberta (Canada) – Crooked Creek Campground

Rain, rain, rain…… It rained non-stop for about 20 hours, stopped until the next morning, then started in again. All I can say is – at least it’s not snow! It got down into the upper 40’s at night, which I find to be a bit chilly for August. We did get a chance to go through the Waterton Lakes National Park one day as the rain stayed away most of that day. The clouds were hanging really low, so we didn’t get a lot of pictures. We hoped for sunshine another day so we could go back and take more pictures, but that didn’t happen. Waterton...

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Retired at Last!

Jul 2, 2012 - Waterton Lakes NP, Albertal, Canada

Today we crossed the Border into Canada to visit Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta. The Drive over the Chief Mountain road was spectacular....the scenery is just breathtaking. On the way in we saw a Whitetail deer and a Coyote hunting for food in an Alpine meadow. The Village of Waterton is a tourist destination for sure, hardly any full time residents during the Winter months. We cruised the entire 11kM of the lake to Goat Haunt, located on the South end of the lake. You start the cruise in Canada and then traverse back into the...

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Sep 9, 2009 - Waterton Lakes National Park

If you remember in our last post I mentioned planning a meeting with some of my (Bryan’s) friends from high school. Well, as luck would have it they were heading off camping so we planned to meet up with them at Waterton Lakes National Park. More on that in a few minutes. Leaving Calgary, we travelled through some of Canada’s most incredible cowboy country: rolling hills, lush green meadows, cattle and horses grazing leisurely in the mid-day sun (wow, am I getting poetic or what?). OK, there is a little bit of cowboy wanna-be still in me....

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