Tipi Camp Nature Retreat

Address: Box 20, Crawford Bay, British Columbia, V0B 1E0, Canada | Campground
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This campground is located on Box 20, Crawford Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Crawford Bay

National Park'n it up!

A travel blog entry by ludwigs09 on Aug 13, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

Good news--- no 330am dog barf wake up call!! Whew- and today, she was fine! I think the anti- anxiety meds settled her and the change of food for her tummy! Oh and before I forget to mention something off topic--Alex ran in to Walmart last night to grab a few things-- he said it was so odd and nothing like ours! It wasn't a super Walmart so they didn't sell food or normal Walmart items! Gosh, we are spoiled! After making coffee we set out for ...

It Was A "Steele" of a Deal

A travel blog entry by luv-n-laughter on Aug 07, 2014

25 photos

... W would do, you know. Then, we can get back to the motel, put up our feet and watch the football game.” “That is actually a great idea.” Jim says so he pulls into the drive-thru, places our order and when we get it we head up to the motel. A few short minutes later, we are inside the door of our motel room. We are in for the night. Tomorrow we say goodbye to BC Mountain roads and hello to spacious four-lane Alberta highways, our destination, ...

Day 4: July 14, 2014: Kalispell to St. Eugene

A travel blog entry by travelingmama on Jul 14, 2014

123 photos

... that would have been so disappointing!) Crossed over Flat head River, Middlefork Flat head River, the first lake is Lake McDonald. They have a let it burn policy unless it is going to destroy housing. The Lake McDonald Lodge was owned by John Schneider for a hunting lodge. He sold it to Glacier National Park. Vehicles there were called Red Jammers, they had a stick shift transmission. In the 1960s they were automatic. In the 1980s Ford refurbished propane engines. They ...

What? No Cell Phones?

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on May 30, 2014

21 photos

... and little pouches out of leather. The younger gymnasts headed to an old home to learn how to make Johnny cakes, churn butter, make ice cream, and wash clothes with an old wash board. After some lunch, another few hours were spent exploring the different buildings, visiting the animals, and watching the blacksmith work. Everyone had a fantastic time, learned lots, and marvelled at the fantastic mountain ...

Made The Border Crossing

A travel blog entry by tdtingle on May 23, 2014

12 photos

... Lake Wasa with one eye out for the Mounties, helmets are required here and guess what, no headgear. Also, we drove a few miles south to Fort Steele Heritage Town. This was a typical turn of the century town of the east Kootenays with over 60 restored or reconstructed buildings.

I give Wasa and Fort Steele three bars on the slot reel.

Signed DT & TT in BC -Splendor without ...

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