Monthly Archives: September 2013

Camping Snaring River Jasper

As the summer was winding down we got out for a quick camping trip, first stop Jasper National Park.  This stop was unique as it was just my oldest son and brother in-law who is 11.  Arriving Thursday morning we … Continue reading

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Boler Sink Cover

Using the same pine boards I made the cabinets, trim and shelves from, I ran it through the table saw a few times and stained it to get a lite, strong cover for the sink. I still plan to pick … Continue reading

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Boler door storage

I finally finished the storage rack on the door of the Boler.  I used carpet to make sure anything in the rack wouldn’t rattle and mark up the door.A while back I posted how I built the first part, which helped … Continue reading

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Old Edmonton at Fort Edmonton Park

With a name like Fort Edmonton I expected a Fort, but what I didn’t realize they had was streets set up in different time periods and a country fair from the past as well. Our first stop was the country … Continue reading

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Experimenting with a Candle Heater

Camping in the Boler has been great, but at night it can get a little cool with no furnace.  As we usually do not have hook ups and I want to avoid a furnace I have been playing with different … Continue reading

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The Fort at Fort Edmonton

Walking through the fort was fun, the kids enjoyed looking around.  Many of the floors had low roofs and small doors. With actors throughout to teach about life in the Fort, the kids had some great questions. Since it was … Continue reading

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Ukrainian Village, Alberta

We decided to check out the Ukrainian Village by Elk Island.  It is a collection of many local buildings from the Ukrainian communities around Alberta. My favorite building was the Blacksmiths.  We entered through the back, where the front of … Continue reading

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Terwillegar Park, Edmonton

I still haven’t posted the last couple weeks of summer, so it’s time to catch up.  I have started sorting the pictures and should have them ready for the blog shortly. We did check out a couple places around town, … Continue reading

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Boler Trailer Dinette Cushions

At the omelette meet I was lucky enough to be directed towards some cushions for sale.  Picking up a set of dinette cushions in great shape. I will try them out, and then put recovering them on the list of projects.  This … Continue reading

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2013 Alberta Omelette at Miquelon Lake

Not able to take the entire weekend to camp out, E and myself drove down to Miquelon Lake Group site, where quite a few great little trailers had gathered. Pulling in people where friendly, and happy to show their trailers. … Continue reading

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