Mile Zero July 23rd 2016 22 Jul 2016: Today is a travel day. We got up early (for us) and we're on the road by 0930. We took the Trans Canada Route 1 to the Icefield parkway, retracing our drive of a few days before. Driving beyond the Athabasca Glacier we continued up to Jasper, where we had lunch. Unlike Banff, Jasper is on level ground and is strung out along the highway. The city has provided for RV parking on the ri ... read more
North America » Canada » British Columbia » Alaskan Highway A land of vast distances and rich natural resources, Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown. Economically and technologically the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbor to the sou... ... read more
Born 1942 in Chicago, IL. Graduate of St Benedict H.S., Attended Loyola University. Drafted into U.S. Army Oct 1966. Served tours in Korea and Germany. I volunteered for Vietnam three times and they didn't send me. If you want to avoid something in the Army, volunteer for it. Discharged Sep 1975. Married to Jeanne Nelson Jan 1977. We have three children and I have two by a previous marriage, one of whom is deceased.
I worked as a management intern at Walgreens, a corporate merchandising representative at Philip Morris, a commissioned officer in the Field Artillery (I think they assigned me ... full info