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August 15th 2006
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and alot of it. the scenery and people i've met have been incredible but the cost to travel in canada has chased me back to the states until i meet my brother and his wife on september 4th in jasper, alberta. some of the fellow canadian campers i've met have fed me, introduced me to all kinds of canadian beer and told me all the good places to go and see. but for economic reasons i'm heading back south and i'll spend some time in eastern washington state then back thru idaho for the next three weeks. i'll be in touch .


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my first moosemy first moose
my first moose

she had a calf but it ran alot faster then the mom.
Mount Robson, BCMount Robson, BC
Mount Robson, BC

it's the tallest mountain in BC at over 14,000'
Robson River, BCRobson River, BC
Robson River, BC

the water is a blur because it was moving that fast.
the confluence of the Kooteney and White Rivers, BCthe confluence of the Kooteney and White Rivers, BC
the confluence of the Kooteney and White Rivers, BC

it was here where i met some nice people from edmonton that showed me a good time......
the confluence of the Kooteney and White Rivers, BCthe confluence of the Kooteney and White Rivers, BC
the confluence of the Kooteney and White Rivers, BC

they came up in a pair of canoes they been on for three days.........
nightfall on the Kooteneynightfall on the Kooteney
nightfall on the Kooteney

this 10 PM sunset didn't quite end the evening......but it should of!
along what is called the forestry trunk road in Albertaalong what is called the forestry trunk road in Alberta
along what is called the forestry trunk road in Alberta

the gravel road runs from southern Alberta north at least 400 miles
Forestry Trunk Road leading to who knows whereForestry Trunk Road leading to who knows where
Forestry Trunk Road leading to who knows where

I didn't quite have the maps like I do for the states so there was alot of guesswork which led me to some very nice places.
We camped near here on the "Trunk Road"We camped near here on the "Trunk Road"
We camped near here on the "Trunk Road"

This area had what was called the Limestone Mountains.
A Grey Jay.......A Grey Jay.......
A Grey Jay.......

or as some people call them "Camp Robbers" because as you see their very brave and will snatch a piece of food right out of your hand.
Top side of the Ram River FallsTop side of the Ram River Falls
Top side of the Ram River Falls

Looking down from where we camped
This was our camp at the top side of the Ram River FallsThis was our camp at the top side of the Ram River Falls
This was our camp at the top side of the Ram River Falls

and in the morning when I woke up I found out why they call it the Ram River...........


16th August 2006

those are BEAUTIFUL pictures!!!

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