After almost a week hiking and biking around in the Drumheller, Alberta area, it was time to move on. We decided to head east, for a visit to Saskatchewan. Stopped at the rural home of a college buddy, and solved a few world problems by a fire that night. In the morning, all of a sudden, there were footsteps on the roof of the camper!
Hailey was a bit concerned!
My 2008 GMC Sierra is still purring along fine after 14 years, with 509,000km (316k miles), hauling my 1999 camper around (all summer), and the Duramax has never used a drop of oil! And I love the 4 doors it has - way better than all the newer trucks with standard doors. It is so handy to move things from the front to the rear and vice versa, and when the camper is not on, the rear door folds back flat along the box. My e-bike folds in half, and easily fits in the back seat, where it is kept clean, dry, and secure.
Biking out on the old breakwater guarding the main beach.
Hailey enjoyed climbing the gravel mountains!
Some of the trails we visited in the park had extensive boardwalks.
A decent overnight spot with lots of waterfowl - on our way home.
While we mow some areas, we leave lots for the bees to enjoy.
Pouring rain at home now, for an estimated 3 days, so good chance to update the blog. But, as soon as it's nice, we'll be back on the road - somewhere!