Hike through Johnston Canyon to the Ink Pots in Banff

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In honor of Canada’s 150th the country offered free admission to all of it’s 46 national parks for 2017. We decided to take advantage of this and visit Jasper, Lake Louise and Banff. When in Banff, you must go hiking … Read More

A visit to Lake Windermere & Kootenay National Park

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The Columbia Valley (including Lake Windermere, Invermere and Radium Hot Springs) British Columbia is a beautiful area to visit! Since Lake Windermere is so lovely, we thought it would make a perfect last summer evening in Canada. Well, we were … Read More

Discovering California Sea Otters

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Have you ever found yourself in a conundrum about which direction to go? If you don’t already know about me, I’m a nature and wildlife photographer. I love photographing animals. Well, here’s my conundrum. My RV is parked about 2 … Read More

Hiking Fern Canyon: Redwood National and State Park

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Visiting Fern Canyon in Redwood National and State Park is worth it! This scenery, made famous in a scene of Jurassic Park. is otherworldly. Imagine walking through a narrow canyon where the walls are completely covered by luxuriant ferns and mosses … Read More

7 Reasons to visit Lake Havasu City, Arizona

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We recently spent a week in Lake Havasu City, Arizona and were quite happy with our decision. If you remember from a recent post, we had a reservation mix-up and couldn’t find anywhere to stay in the crazy crowded Phoenix area. Well, we … Read More