Tuesday, 19 June 2018
Monday, 18 June 2018
We will soon be into northern Ontario and the provincial parks there do not offer internet service. It will be a challenge to keep posting and so if nothing appears for a few days just know we are fine and unable to connect.
Sunday, 17 June 2018
I'll try to write tomorrow but internet connection is not always possible.
Thanks for stopping by and keeping an eye on us.
Friday, 15 June 2018
In 1873 wolf hunters who had been on the trail of stolen horses attacked a camp of Nakoda Indians resulting in the massacre of elders, warriors, women and children. This hastened the dispatch of the NWMP and was one of the first tests of Canada's law enforcement policies in the west.
Thursday, 14 June 2018
We left about 10 headed south and east to visit the park Phil recommended. Cypress Hills is an inter-provincial park on the Alberta, Saskatchewan border. It is a unique environment for this prairie province and also full of early Canadian history which I enjoy.
Although our visit was short as Sean has students to coach and a trip to Quebec this coming weekend to organize, it was still a delight to have some time together. Next year we will organize our dates better so we can do some camping together. Maybe we need to be thinking northern BC for 2019.
Next stop was Waterton which you read about already. Sorry for the confusion.