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Pics From The Long Weekend


Chrissy_Bee

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Here are a few pics I got this weekend on my family vacation to the provincial park. The weather was pretty cool but we made the most of it :D

Just a random one from a trail...I love forests so it's my fav :heart

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This is actually one of the rivers I'm doing my masters reasearch on

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Cool plant, it's actually called a "showy lady slipper" :rofl

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This is from one of the lookouts

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Me and my doggie

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And finally, my crazy dog rolling in the sand. It was the first time she'd ever encountered it and she went absolutely crazy!!!

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Cool pics! So green!! That flower reminds me of something else... certainly not a slipper :P

I love your puppy dog! I bet cleaning him after he got so much sand in his fur was a nighmare!

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lol Sven, and yes it is so green, something we haven't seen much of for several years.

Lovely scenary Chrissy, what a beautiful place to visit and were you camping? Your doggy is so cute. :)

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Thanks everyone :)

That flower reminds me of something else... certainly not a slipper
:rofl
I love your puppy dog! I bet cleaning him after he got so much sand in his fur was a nighmare!

We actually just threw her ball in the water so she ran in and rinsed herself, so it wasn't so bad :P However, when I 'stooped and scooped' that night, there was a lot of sand in there!!!

what a beautiful place to visit and were you camping?

It is so nice there :heart We had a cabin, I'm so glad we didn't camp because the flies were horrible!!!

Just realized I forgot to say where it actually was, it's Terra Nova Park :P

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What a magical place. It seems like your dog thought it was grand, too.

The lady slipper is lovely - and rare, too I believe.

A masters studying nature sounds fantastic.

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