We left Glacier National Park about 10 in the morning and left for the border to enter Alberta. There were two ways to go, so we took the longer route so we could stop at the Duty Free shop – WHICH THEY DIDN’T HAVE – just a gate and a guy. He let us through with no problems and laughed at me when I said Where’s the Duty Free? Continue reading “Alberta – 10 – 22 July – Summer 2017”
Well it’s Tuesday 27 June and we are on our way to Billings, Montana. Wide open spaces and rolling hills and you can spot mountains in the distance. Not too many trees, not yet anyways. We arrived at the Little Big Horn and the battle that happened there is commonly referred to as Custer’s Last Stand and it’s where the US forces were defeated. This battle was an armed engagement between combined forces of the Lakota, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes and the 7th Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army. The battle took place on June 25–26, 1876, along the Little Bighorn River in the Crow Indian Reservation in southeastern Montana. Continue reading “Montana – 27 June – 10 July – Summer 2017”
Devil’s Tower, Wyoming. Quite something and very unique, a one of a kind rock !
It is stinking hot, that’s all I have to say about the weather……………….mid to high 30’s celsius.
On our way to South Dakota ! We drove about 7 hours today, very long day. A beautiful drive though, no napping on this trip ! This is one photo of the Badlands. Beautiful scenery.
We left Sarnia on Tuesday, 13 June; had to stop at Tim Hortons for our last “fix” lol before we hit the border. We had no issues at the border; there was construction but still didn’t take that long to get to the other side. We were fortunate.
We left our home on Sunday 11 June 2017. 33 Celsius and stinking hot !!
I had a terrible cold and Clint said maybe we should delay our trip but like a trooper I said Nope Let’s Roll ! I’ll sleep in the truck. Which is exactly what I did for the first couple of days. We drove to Kitchener, Ontario for the first night. We had received a recall notice for our trailer and had an appointment at Leisure Days RV Centre for the next day.
Well I can’t believe we got to the Yukon and Alaska but we did ! What an exciting summer/fall for us. 25,600 km and 52 campgrounds. We left on Sunday 11 June; returning home Monday 25 September. We left Ontario and drove to South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, up to Alberta, British Columbia and then into the Yukon! We drove the Alaskan Highway and on to the “Top of the World” Highway to head into Alaska. We decided to head back through the Yukon and enter Alberta from there and head into Saskatchewan, followed by Manitoba and finally back to Ontario, our home.