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Old 07-19-2011, 11:05 PM   #1
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We are back from our third trip with the Tracer 205M....

....and finally everything works as designed. That makes everyone happy and here are a few pictures from the trip:

Brazeau Canal Photo Gallery by Heinrich Lohmann at pbase.com

Happy camping everyone and do take care,
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Old 07-19-2011, 11:23 PM   #2
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Looks like a great campground. Might have to go there one of these days. There is so much in Alberta that at times you don't discover until one gets an RV.
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Heinrich, excellent photography you really have a talent there, good job I am into bird watching and since we retired this year and with more time I hope to take up photography to compliment my hobby, I will probably buy the camara and lenses when we come back to the US next April, (I think they are cheaper here than Portugal), so any equipment pointers for photographing birds would be appreciated.
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Glad everything is working with your tt and your enjoying your time camping.

Great pictures. Thanks for sharing.
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Great pics and a fellow yakker too!
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Looks like a great campground. Might have to go there one of these days. There is so much in Alberta that at times you don't discover until one gets an RV.
It is very nice there but if you want to go there on a weekend you'll need reservations.
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Heinrich, excellent photography you really have a talent there, good job I am into bird watching and since we retired this year and with more time I hope to take up photography to compliment my hobby, I will probably buy the camara and lenses when we come back to the US next April, (I think they are cheaper here than Portugal), so any equipment pointers for photographing birds would be appreciated.
Thank you Nigels, I use Pentax cameras but any make of DSLR with the appropriate lenses will do just as well. Some of my bird images are here:

Some North American Birds Photo Gallery by Heinrich Lohmann at pbase.com

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It is very nice there but if you want to go there on a weekend you'll need reservations.

The unfortunate reality of trying to camp within 2 hours of Edmonton or Calgary. I see that it is on https://reserve.albertaparks.ca. Thanks for the Advice and the pics.
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Glad everything is working with your tt and your enjoying your time camping.

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Thank you and you are welcome.
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Great pics and a fellow yakker too!
Thank you, the yakkers are our son and family. My old bones wouldn't take too kindly to a kayak.

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