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Retired and loving it touring the USA and visiting as many RV parks and
National wonders this USA and Canada has to offer.

Whiterock BC August 2012
  The Flag as you enter the border from BC to Blaine is made up with flowers the garden is called Peace Arch
HOPE B.C June 2012
traveling down to Hope you can still see the snow on the mountain Hope Central of City
  Here you see all kinds of craved animals from trees
looking at Frasser River  
Park Entrance Friendship Garden dedicated to the Japanese who interned in Canada in World War 11
  Farms along the Hwy 1
trail to Silver Rails Tunnels I could not walk the 1.5 miles to see the tunnels but they were built by the railroad and then a huge rockslide happened in the 60's and the railroad had to rebuild going around the tunnels  
Chilliwack B.C.  
Shopping center Chilliwack B.C. Hwy 1 Canada

This park is in the rear of the City Hall and right behind the park are 2 memorials to honor veterans who gave their lives for Canada's War efforts
Chilliwack City Hall now a museum  
Chilliwack City Hall now a museum Side View
Church across the street from City Hall Piper James Richardson (it was strange to see my maiden name Richardson no relation or is there)
Gold Smith Clock in center of town
Mt. Cheam behind the Hazelnut trees B.C. Hazelnut Ranch, were we bought our loved nut
Mt. Cheam as seen from Harrison Hot Springs Harrison Hot Springs Lake
Mike resting and viewing the lake Condos on the lake
See story on today's Journal  
Mt. Cheam Harrison Hot Springs Mall
a section of Mt. Cheam (photo above) tumbled down to the floor of the Fraser River,  creating a landscape of exceptional topography.  On a family outing in 1977 the Minter family created their dream. The  Gardens  were born and opened in 1980.  
Senior admission $15
about 30 min. from Cultus Lake Thousand Trails RV park
Japanese Garden  
Entrance to Cultus Provincial Park B.C. Canada
Lake is large we did not go around it, Thousand Trails RV park is at the back side of Cultus Lake
  Forsst Creek
We were here in TT June 1st-20th raining most of the time we were here
Our site# 46 at Thousand Trails
Lots of activity for kids and grownups in the area