Camping at Killbear

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Camping at Killbear

Postby GlamperGirl » Fri Jun 28, 2013 7:48 pm

I've posted some pix of our trip to Killbear Provincial Park on the "trips, pics and hiway tales" section - my what a gorgeous park.

Sandy, would you consider this for one of your spring get-togethers?
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Re: Camping at Killbear

Postby jawbone » Sun Aug 04, 2013 7:23 am

Hey Glam - Did you visit the Welcome Centre??? There is a lot of interesting stuff - but they made a mistake on the "Fisher" Exhibit - I'm pretty sure it's not a Fisher, but other than that....they have a nice Moose!!!
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Re: Camping at Killbear

Postby GlamperGirl » Sun Aug 04, 2013 7:54 am

Hey Jawbone -
nice to hear from you! Sorry we missed you this spring.

Yes, we visited the centre. Lots of interesting material to view and the moose was beautiful. I didn't notice about the fisher exhibit (to be truthful, I don't think I've ever seen a fisher in real life). I was more amazed at the live snakes - we only saw a regular (non-poisonous) snake on our walks luckily and of course it was the dog who spotted it first followed by "no! no! Leave it!" from me :lol: It slithered away before Hannah could get near it, thankfully!
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