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  • The Catch-up EditionThis blog entry is to get us caught up, for the most part. For the past week we have been dry camping our way out of Alaska and down the Cassiar Highway, with a plan to get to Prince Posted by Rooseboom-Scott in Tony and Jen's R-Pod Adventure | Aug 17, 2017
  • The men on one side and the women on the otherAugust 16: The guys go golfing today. Start at 9:20h. under a menacing sky. But we make it. Johnnie joins us for the foursome. Nice time but the older people beat the young ones in vegas contest. After we stop in Posted by michelbouchard in Justin goes Canada east | Aug 16, 2017
  • Where Justin is complaining nowAugust 14: We wanted to go to Summerside again. We started around 9:45h. under a sunny sky. Got there in no time. Went into the Spinnakar's landing area. Had all the information given us by a charming gentleman. Then started by Posted by michelbouchard in Justin goes Canada east | Aug 15, 2017
  • where is the glass ? (sea glass I mean)August 14: Today is time to find sea glass, especially a certain beach south of Charlottetown which is supposed to be crawling with it. We receive specific directions to get there. But I put the cart before the horse. Whoa!!! Posted by michelbouchard in Justin goes Canada east | Aug 14, 2017
  • It's all mountain up to a great experience!We've done a lot this week so i wont bore you with all of it. We started on a bit of a low as we made the decision to cancel our South American plans. As tension in Venezula mounts we considered Posted by sands2017 in Westward ho! | Aug 16, 2017
  • Western Canada - Part 2 - August 2017 - Yukon We started our Yukon adventure properly, once we arrived in Whitehorse. Whitehorse is the capital of Yukon with a population of 30,000, which equates to almost 80% of the whole Yukon Terr Posted by MAd4travel in MAd4Travel | Aug 16, 2017
  • I'ms the b'y what catches the fishHello my dear friends, Perfect morning for fishing here in Twillingate! Skipper Jim was taking a father and his two teenagers out fishing at noon, so I was able to go along. The weather was perfect - overcast but Posted by Cleanslate in Come-from-away | Aug 16, 2017
  • Hiking JasperI am so glad that I had my small tent in my big tent, because for some reason my big tent did not want to repel all the water and I had a decent sized puddle under the small tent. Posted by Katy Sniderhan in Canada 150 | Aug 14, 2017
  • 3 More Days at Lake LouiseThe weather and smoke combined to alter our plans a bit but we still managed to see quite a bit more in the Lake Louise area. You could seriously spend a month here and not do every trail. The Canadian Posted by jtateyama in Road Tripping | Aug 16, 2017
  • Off to The RockiesThese late nights are going to do me in! I am right now sitting in my small tent in my big tent…I will explain later. This morning was again a slower start, I was not planning on leaving for Jasper Posted by Katy Sniderhan in Canada 150 | Aug 12, 2017
  • It's a long, long way to TwillingateHello my dear friends, I'm in Twillingate, and I feel like I'm back in the north. It just feels north here, although the longitude is 49 degrees (Yellowknife is 62 degrees), so it really isn't north at all. But the Posted by Cleanslate in Come-from-away | Aug 15, 2017
  • Mount Tremblant Cottage Russell invited me out to her Family cottage August long weekend in Mount Tremblant ! ==Mount Tremblant== ===Friday=== I knew that there would be a long drive but I wasn't expecting the drive to be that long ...12hours later we made it :)! Posted by ohansn in Liv travels here, there, and everywhere | Aug 15, 2017
  • Camping with my Love :)Sean and I were planning on going to Fernie/Waterton for the weekend but the air quality due to the BC fires was not the best and Sean did not want to take his chances with bears in Waterton ...Soo we Posted by ohansn in Liv travels here, there, and everywhere | Aug 15, 2017
  • Off we go againWatch this blog after the Labour Day weekend for a new adventure. Posted by A-RPoulton in United Kingdom 2017 | Aug 15, 2017
  • Havin' a timeHello my dear friends, What a fantastic day! When I woke up this morning, it was foggy and I was so disappointed, but by the time I finished breakfast, the sun was breaking through. I set off immediately for Elliston Posted by Cleanslate in Come-from-away | Aug 14, 2017
  • going north, south, west and eastAugust 13: Clouds overhead in the morning. Jamie doesn't have propane so we go get some. North side to North Rustico. Skies are clearing. We go shopping in Charlottetown ( Canadian Tire, Walmart, Home Depot and PEI liqueur store). We take Posted by michelbouchard in Justin goes Canada east | Aug 13, 2017
  • Voyage to the IslandAugust 12: We are on our way to PEI. Start around 9:30h. with ok skies. But soon the gods start to cry. And they cry a lot. Crossing Shediac, we remember camping there in 2010. We actually pass right Posted by michelbouchard in Justin goes Canada east | Aug 12, 2017
  • Trinity, Bonavista Penninsula Hello my dear friends, I started off this morning in Placentia in tipping-down rain. Foolish Alberta gal that I am, I left my raincoat in the car yesterday. Ha! I got soaked just running around the side of the B&B Posted by Cleanslate in Come-from-away | Aug 13, 2017
  • Checking out the West Edmonton MallThis morning Jon and I had eggs and toast for breakfast and the butter wasn't spreading so Jon put his toast on the toaster to warm up the butter but forgot and had a very interesting design on his toast. Posted by Katy Sniderhan in Canada 150 | Aug 12, 2017
  • Days 1-7 Hard Core DrivingAfter spending the long weekend in Sundre with Dwight and Rose, we spent just a few hours back in Calgary to pack up to head off on our big vacation! Monday afternoon we set off and drove to Medicine Posted by Old Lady in Billy Billy | Aug 13, 2017
  • Blueberries to birdsHello my dear friends, Another action-packed day in Newfoundland. And the perfect weather continues. How lucky am I? I left St John's this morning, destination Brigus Blueberry Festival. I'm loving Newfoundland, but dear God, would a few road signs Posted by Cleanslate in Come-from-away | Aug 12, 2017
  • 05:51Hello my dear friends, 05:51: the moment the sun would rise over Cape Spear, the most eastern point in North America. I set the alarm for 0500, and when it went off, I jumped out of bed to check the Posted by Cleanslate in Come-from-away | Aug 12, 2017
  • Being Bad in the Bad LandsThis morning was a slow start, didn't much planned other than seeing the bad lands and driving to Edmonton. So we headed out, I found out last night that the mine that I passed yesterday allows dogs and you can Posted by Katy Sniderhan in Canada 150 | Aug 10, 2017
  • Another Province under my belt!Off we go again, on to another province. It is really good that one the road to Drumheller they have interesting point locations. Because the prairies get really boring and sometimes you need to stop. We stopped at one that Posted by Katy Sniderhan in Canada 150 | Aug 9, 2017
  • All over this province I go!Today I left Wawota and headed up to Saskatoon but I had to find something to do to kill the time until my friend got off work. So I went to Regina and took Skye to an off leash dog Posted by Katy Sniderhan in Canada 150 | Aug 8, 2017
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