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  1. bugnot1
    02-06-2011 10:34 PM
    Lisa -
    The dinette area made the perfect place to stack the crates - 6 - and they fit perfectly. There are 2 big ones and 4 medium sized - I can 'shuffle' easily - and they're content with their space.......Keeps me from tripping on them - biggest is about 110#s.

  2. hshovic
    11-21-2009 07:48 AM
    Hi Paul and Lisa,
    Yeah, we had a good time. Came back to too much snow, however...
    We look forward to the Sept. HAB too. I am sure I will be drafted to run something.

    See you then!
    Henry and Rhoda
  3. Randjg1
    06-10-2009 05:27 PM
    Hi and thanks for your reply. yeah i started a thread and got directed to your thread. I thought the surface was that wood plywood laminate but now im being told it just looks like wood but is vinyal or something. Yeah im worried if fixed it will come back and i dont trust the dealer to do it right. and im nervous of them taking all the cabinetry out and not getting it back in right. Or theyll tell me thats what theyll do but they just put a weight on it for few days or something. I hate to think of having to pretty much plan on a trip to JC later two before warranty runs out. UGH. I'll let you know if i find out more. Thanks and good luck.
  4. Triple M
    06-10-2009 07:15 AM
    Triple M
    Love all the pics. Do the dogs love traveling?
  5. Randjg1
    06-09-2009 11:19 PM
    whoa, your buckled floor caught my eye. im looking at a new trailer that has this issue. they tel me it was an issue theyve seen in these. mine is a 27 fb international they say its an easy fix, stetch ou the floor, im not so sure. what happened with yours? if i might ask.

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Posted 07-01-2009 at 12:52 AM by bolerama Comments 0
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After leaving Cypress Hills and passing through Eastend, our destination was Wood Mountain -- an odd name, since this is one of the few natural grassland preserves in Canada. No trees, but gorgeous biodiversity in plant and wildlife. We wanted to stop at a place near Grasslands National Park--Canada's newest national park.

We arrived at Wood Mountain Regional Park near supper time. We were distracted by an incident that had just occurred (I'll explain that below...), when a man walked...

Posted 07-01-2009 at 12:03 AM by bolerama Comments 0
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After we left Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, we headed east toward the center of the province. This was our hottest day -- 100F. The Jeep fortunately didn't overheat. We stopped briefly at Eastend, the home of Scotty the T-Rex. This area is badlands. The museum housing the dinosaur is amazing to see on the outside, but we didn't have time on this trip to go inside. The museum is built into the side of a hill, so the roof is actually grasslands! It is like the original house of the Ingalls family...

Posted 06-30-2009 at 11:39 PM by bolerama Comments 1
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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park crosses the Saskatchewan-Alberta border. It is the highest point east of the Rocky Mountains. Perhaps because of its altitude, it has virtually no mosquitoes! That made for some lovely outings, since the mosquito is the provincial bird of Saskatchewan!

The hills are covered with a 100-year-old lodgepole pine forest. The height of the trees is amazing, and so was the scent of pine. Hiking can be strenuous at times up the hills, but well worth it....

Posted 06-30-2009 at 11:15 PM by bolerama Comments 0
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Near the Cypress Hills I.P. Park is a winery...yes, a winery on the prairies! They converted their ranch to a winery after the BSE crisis a few years ago. It is like a little oasis surrounded by rolling rugged ranchland. After a wine-tasting, you can head to the patio for a tasty lunch. It was priced well, and the wines were surprisingly good. You can get grape wine, but also more local specialties like Saskatoon Berry, rhubarb wine (their top seller), chokecherry, and even mead!

Posted 06-30-2009 at 10:55 PM by bolerama Comments 0
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It started to rain our first night in Sask Landing Provincial Park. We headed out the Cypress Hills in the rain. And boy did it rain! The media called it the "billion dollar rain" since we were in a drought until that time. Our 2008 Airstream did not fare too well. We had leaks in the front window and from the skylight. The skylight had cracks where is was screwed down too tightly. We had a new one on order (for SIX weeks from our dealer) but it didn't arrive in time. "Timely fashion"...
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