Anniversary Camp Trip

This Fur-iday finds us on the road with Sid the fifth wheel. Yesterday was Teresa & Nollind’s 20th wedding anniversary so we’re out enjoying the Cypress Hills in southeastern Alberta. It’s a little chilly, but we’re having a grand time and expecting friends G and S to join  us for the weekend.

We’ll tell you all about it next week!

Waiting outside the Cypress Hills info centre.

The peeps’ anniversary celebration.

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Foto Fur-iday – Triple H Camping

We had our second horse/human/hound (Triple H) camping trip of the season last Sunday-Monday. We’ll let the pictures tell the story.

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Aaaahhhh … feels good to be back in the mountains.

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Why lie on a man-made bed when you’ve got mountain turf?

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Campfire time on Sunday night.

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Logan likes the ground, I prefer to be more civilized.

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The horses were almost right in camp with us for the evening. For you horse people out there, don’t worry, they weren’t left unattended with that hay net.

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A chilly Monday morning in the trailer.

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Forest fire smoke kept the sun from heating things up.

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What happens when horses are fed leftover oatmeal from the pot.

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This is Storm. Watch for his upcoming guest blog post.

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Ice cream on the way home at Bragg Creek.

 

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Me trying to get my share. It’s not easy with Chico around.

 

Until next week …

 

On the Road Again

This Fur-iday you find us on the road to a weekend camping adventure. We were supposed to head out on Tuesday but a big storm came rampaging through Alberta, complete with special weather statements and warnings from Environment Canada, and we decided it was best not to be camped in the middle of it. Good thing too because the winds were just two kilometres per hour shy of hurricane strength out here on the farm and there was some broken tree cleanup required on Thursday.

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Luckily, Sid came out the other side of the storm unscathed so we are off to the mountains today! We’ll tell you all about it next Fur-iday.

Have a great weekend!