On the first day of our trip, we stopped and hiked down to the old Alexandra bridge.
The second and third nights of our trip we stayed at Mount Robson Provincial Park. We hiked to Kinney Lake where these pictures were taken.
After Grandma and Grandpa Scott met us at Mount Robson, we went to Edmonton and spent a day at West Edmonton Mall. Then we made the long drive to St. Louis, Saskatchewan where we visited with lots of relatives.
Shirley's son Barry loves to collect old John Deere tractors.
St. Andrew's (Halcro) Anglican Church is the burial site of many relatives, including Jim's grandmother.
The St. Louis bridge was still there, contrary to rumours.
On our way to Nipawin, we stopped to take a picture of the flat prairie. Those are trees in the distance, not mountains.
At Nipawin we enjoyed 2 days of golfing.
Thank you to the hosts of this year's Beaver Lodge Golf Tournament. We hope to see everyone next year in Anglemont, B.C.